Port Authority Commissioner To Step Down After 15 Years
Credit: Elvert Barnes
April 14, 2014

Via NJ.com:

Commissioner Anthony Sartor of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the board's longest serving member from either state, is stepping down after 15 years, sources with knowledge of his departure told The Star-Ledger.

Sartor, was originally appointed in 1999 by Republican Gov. Christine Whitman of New Jersey. He was reappointed by Gov. Jon Corzine, a Democrat, in 2008.

The sources did not say why Sartor was stepping down.

A spokesman for Sartor, Bob Zito, would neither confirm nor deny the commissioner's departure. A Port Authority spokesman referred the matter to to the governor'...

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