Wednesday, September 07, 2016

The Christie Way

Forget it, it's New Jersey.

The New Jersey Alliance for Fiscal Integrity, which describes itself as “consisting of taxpayers and business owners,” contends that the bond deal is “an illegal shell game” in an 11-page formal request to New Jersey Sports and Authority Chairman Michael Ferguson to delay any issuance of the bonds.

Would think this would be enough to sink it, but I don't know anything about this stuff.
The group also asserts that the board’s no-bid selection of the Wisconsin agency violates a two-decade-old executive order that requires that private bonds be sold through a competitive bidding process.