Family Affair At BPU: Former President's Wife Takes Top Slot At Agency
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January 16, 2014

Via NJSpotlight:

Gov. Chris Christie very quietly this week named Dianne Solomon, the wife of the former president of the state Board of Public Utilities, to take over the top position at the regulatory agency that decides how much consumers pay on their electricity, gas, water, and other utility bills.

Who would replace Bob Hanna, the president who succeeded Lee Solomon, his predecessor and the husband of the new president, has been a topic of much speculation in recent days among the lawyers, lobbyists and others who closely follow the workings of the agency. Hanna was confirmed as a judge in the Superior ...

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