Over the weekend, Hoboken mayor Dawn Zimmer added to the scandal circus swirling around Gov. Chris Christie and his administration by claiming Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno threatened to withhold Sandy relief funds unless the mayor approved a development project.
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone is applauding the federal department of Housing and Urban Development for investigating Gov. Chris Christie's administration, which decided to spend $2 million more than needed for a series of "Stronger than the Storm" advertisements that aired last summer.
A federal audit of Sandy aid money used to produce "Stronger than the Storm" TV commercials was described as "routine and standard" by Gov. Christie's office Monday. The Democratic congressman who sought the audit says otherwise.
Nearly 15 months since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, and a year since Congress approved a multibillion dollar aid package, a number of Garden-Staters still have no real place to call home.