Wednesday, February 12, 2003

  • NJT EXEC FACES ETHICS RAP A high ranking Vice President at New Jersey Transit is facing charges involving gratuities and official misconduct following an investigation by the New Jersey Office of Government Inegrity and an idictment by a state grand jury. The Newark Star-Ledger reports that Maureen Milan, Vice President and General Manager for Bus and Light Rail Operations, was hit with a 14 count indictment that includes charges of official misconduct, unlawful benefits for official behavior, and receipt for a gratuity by a state employee (links are to the New Jersey state statutes where available).
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