FORT LEE — To Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey could make up for last September's traffic-snarling George Washington Bridge lane closures by vacating a dusty gravel lot used as a staging area for bridge ...View Complete Story
On January 8 of this year, news broke that Christie aides had ordered lanes on the busiest motor-vehicle bridge in the world, which joins Fort Lee, N.J., to New York City, shut down as political retribution against Fort Lee mayor Mark Sokolich, who ...
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The move was suspected to be an act of political retribution against Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, who failed to endorse Christie's bid for re-election. Christie, a prospective 2016 GOP presidential candidate, was damaged politically when emails ...View Complete Story
“I feel like the mayor of Fort Lee, New Jersey,” he said, referencing Mayor Mark Sokolich, who charged that the shutdown of several lanes on the George Washington Bridge crippling his town was an act of political retaliation by Gov. Chris Christie's ...View Complete Story