Christie To Hold Town Hall In Hurricane Sandy-ravaged Middletown
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February 8, 2014


TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday is headed to Middletown, a community that suffered extensive Hurricane Sandy damage, for his 110th town hall meeting, according to his an announcement from his office.

This is the first town hall Christie has has held since the controversy about the lane closures to the George Washington Bridge sparked a state and federal investigation, and have implicated at least one member of his staff.

The governor, joined by members of his cabinet, will use the meeting to discuss how the $1.46 billion in recovery aid will be spent. The state plans to allocate $3...

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