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David M. Wildstein

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The Port Authority

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The Port Authority

4 World Trade Center 150 Greenwich Street

New York City, New York,10007

United States

Company Description

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates many of the busiest and most important transportation links in the region. They include John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia and Teterboro airports; AirTrain JFK and AirTr... more

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www.moremonmouthmusings.net

In 2013, the County agreed to the $10.6 purchase of the Freneau acreage designated for development from the developer, subject to Port Authority's $5 million contribution which was agreed to by David Wildstein, the the Director of Capital Projects at Port Authority.
Last August, the Freeholders approved their $5.6 million share of the purchase, but Wildstein was no longer at Port Authority having resigned under pressure after being implicated in the "Bridgegate" George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal. Posted: February 26th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders, Monmouth County Park System | Tags:Aberdeen Mayor Fred Tagliarini, Aberdeen Township, Aberdeen/Wilson Associates, David Wildstein, Freeholder Director Gary Rich, Freeholder Lillian Burry, Freeholder Tom Arnone, Gary Rich, Jim Truncer, Joe Kyrillos, Lillian Burry, Marlboro Township, Monmouth Conservation Foundation, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders, Monmouth County Parks, NY/NJ Baykeeper, Port Authority of NY/NJ, Senator Joe Kyrillos, Tom Arnone | 4 Comments »


truentmagazine.com

Home > Politics > Bridget Kelly, David Wildstein, who had deep ties to Gov.
Bridget Kelly, David Wildstein, who had deep ties to Gov. Bridget Kelly, Christie's longtime aide and most recently his deputy chief of staff, sent the damning email to David Wildstein, ex-Port Authority executive and high school classmate of Christie, to snarl traffic in Fort Lee - now they're both out of a job. Now, Bridget Anne Kelly and David Wildstein are both unemployed. Wildstein, the 51-year-old Port Authority exec, resigned from his $150,000-a-year post last month. Wildstein also operated under the radar in recent years. "I was class president and an athlete in high school," crowed Christie in dismissing Wildstein. A former mayor of Livingston who was known for his brashness and ambition, Wildstein morphed into a New Jersey political svengali. Wildstein was outed in June 2010, just after he was named the director of interstate capital projects at the Port Authority. He quickly retreated back into the shadows, rarely attending the agency's public events or speaking to the press. Critics claimed Wildstein was more interested in carrying out the agenda of his old GOP buddy rather than working to improve the oft-beleaguered bistate agency. A Port Authority source said that Wildstein, after setting in motion the George Washington Bridge traffic nightmare, actually drove to the bridge to get a first-hand glimpse of the chaos. "Wildstein is a sociopath," the source said.


www.moremonmouthmusings.net

David Wildstein
MoreMonmouthMusings > David Wildstein Posted: December 31st, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, David Wildstein, U.S. Attorney's Office | Comments Off on Bridgegate co-conspirators to be ID'ed in sealed list Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: December 28th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Monmouth County News | Tags:Andrew Lucas, Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, Christine Giordano Hanlon, David Wildstein, Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer, Lt Gov Kim Guadagno, Monmouth County News, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, Year in review 2015 | Comments Off on Year in review: May 2015 Posted: November 11th, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridgegate trial, Bridget Ann Kelly, Chris Christie, David Wildstein | 4 Comments » Posted: July 6th, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate, Port Authority | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, David Wildstein, Port Authority, Port Authority of NY/NJ | Comments Off on Even the lawyers now have lawyers at the embattled Port Authority David Wildstein, the former Port Authority official who has pleaded guilty in the Bridgegate scandal, accused Governor Chris Christie of revealing secret Grand Jury testimony during a 2010 meeting about Port Authority Police leadership, a violation of federal law, according to a report in The New York Times. In answering Interrogatories in a civil case unrelated to the George Washington Bridge closure, Wildstein swore that in June of 2010 Christie directed Port Authority to fire Arthur Cifelli, the agency's Police Deputy Superintendent and to hire Jerry Speziale, then the Passaic County Sheriff to fill the post. Wildstein alleged that Christie told those in the meeting that Cifelli had perjured himself in Grand Jury proceedings related to former Senate President John Lynch while Christie was U. S. Attorney. Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: June 8th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Port Authority | Tags:Arthur Cifelli, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Grand Jury, Jerry Speziale, Port Authority, Port Authority of NY/NJ | 1 Comment » Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: June 8th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Port Authority | Tags:Arthur Cifelli, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Grand Jury, Jerry Speziale, Port Authority, Port Authority of NY/NJ | 1 Comment » Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman | Comments Off on Bridgegate: Bill Baroni, Bridget Kelly indicted on 9 counts Alan Zegas, David Wildstein's attorney, told the press today that Governor Chris Christie knew of the September 2013 George Washington Bridge Lane closures that have become known as Bridgegate while they were occurring. Christie has steadfastly denied any knowledge of or involvement in the lane closures which Wildstein confessed today were designed as political retribution against Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich , a Democrat, for refusing to endorse Republican Christie's reelection. Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein | Tags:Alan Zegas, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein | 3 Comments » Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein | Tags:Alan Zegas, Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein | 3 Comments » Christie ally David Wildstein pleads guilty, says Bridgegate closures were retribution assetContent NEWARK - Former Port Authority executive David Wildstein has pleaded guilty for his role in the closure of local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge. Wildstein will be… Read the rest of this entry > Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Port Authority | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, George Washington Bridge Lane Closures, Port Authority of NY/NJ | Comments Off on Christie ally David Wildstein pleads guilty, says Bridgegate closures were retribution Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Port Authority | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, George Washington Bridge Lane Closures, Port Authority of NY/NJ | Comments Off on Christie ally David Wildstein pleads guilty, says Bridgegate closures were retribution Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:admin | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Port Authority | Tags:Bill Baroni, Bridgegate, Bridget Ann Kelly, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, George Washington Bridge Lane Closures, Port Authority of NY/NJ | Comments Off on Christie ally David Wildstein pleads guilty, says Bridgegate closures were retribution Bloomberg reported that Wildstein was to have pleaded guilty to charges yesterday. Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: May 1st, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Bridgegate | Tags:Bridgegate, David Wildstein, Port Authority of NY/NJ, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman | 1 Comment » Bill Baroni, Gov Christie and David Wildstein Bill Baroni, Gov Christie and David Wildstein It turns out that the Bloomberg Business story that David Wildstein, Governor Chris Christie's former #2 man at Port Authority of NY/NJ,would plead guilty to an unspecified federal charge associated with the Bridgegate scandal today, is not so. There was no proceedings including Wildstein in this morning's email. "Nothing on Wildstein," Reilly responded. Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: April 30th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Justice Department, Paul Fishman, U.S. Attorney | Tags:Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Matthew Reilly, Paul Fishman | 3 Comments » Copyright 2015 MoreMonmouthMusings Posted: April 30th, 2015 | Author:Art Gallagher | Filed under:Bridgegate, Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Justice Department, Paul Fishman, U.S. Attorney | Tags:Chris Christie, David Wildstein, Matthew Reilly, Paul Fishman | 3 Comments »


www.elpasoproud.com

While at Ground Zero during a 9/11 memorial event on September 11, 2013, Bill Baroni, the former Port Authority deputy executive director, and David Wildstein, the Port Authority director of interstate capital projects, had a discussion with Christie about the lane closures, Wildstein testified Tuesday in federal court.
While at Ground Zero during a 9/11 memorial event on September 11, 2013, Bill Baroni, the former Port Authority deputy executive director, and David Wildstein, the Port Authority director of interstate capital projects, had a discussion with Christie about the lane closures, Wildstein testified Tuesday in federal court. "You know, I could probably count on one hand the number of conversations I've had with David since he worked at the Port Authority," Christie said then. Wildstein said in court that Baroni told Christie, "Governor, I have to tell you there's a tremendous amount of traffic in Fort Lee this morning, major traffic jams. "You'll be pleased to know that Mayor (Mark) Sokolich is having trouble getting his telephone calls returned," Baroni continued, according to Wildstein. Wildstein testified that Christie replied, "I imagine he wouldn't be getting his calls returned." Baroni then informed Christie that Wildstein was monitoring the traffic in Fort Lee.


baltimoreagent.net [cached]

David Wildstein, a former executive at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey who pleaded guilty and is testifying for the prosecution, described how requests from state officials went first to a top Christie aide for approval - for everything from patronage jobs at the agency to tours of the World Trade Center site, which the Port Authority owns.


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