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>Port Authority reforms leave critics skeptical


Port Authority reforms leave critics skeptical

At the end of the Port Authority’s March meeting, after passing reforms about how public information is shared and trimming nonunion worker compensation and benefits, vice chairman Scott Rechler proclaimed “the days of doing business as usual at the Port Authority are over.”

How far future reforms need to go at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is likely to be the topic of a bistate legislative hearing scheduled for April 20 in Staten Island. But some activists and watchdog groups who have dealt with the agency said the days of business as usual aren’t over at an authority with a reputation of not being very open with the public.  (Higgs, Gannett)
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