Inquirer: Corbett attends first DRPA meeting as chairman

Gov. Corbett got down to business as Delaware River Port Authority chairman yesterday, maintaining he would attend meetings regularly, work closely with New Jersey Gov. Christie, and place commuters as a top concern, The Inquirer’s Paul Nussbaum reported.

“The business of the DRPA, as far as I’m concerned . . . is the commute and the safe transportation of people back and forth across the Delaware River,” he told reporters after overseeing his first meeting of a reconstituted DRPA board.

He said he would work closely with Gov. Christie and would be an active chairman. He plans to make it to most meetings, Corbett said, unlike former Gov. Ed Rendell, who also appointed himself to the board but rarely attended its gatherings.

“I want to take a look at what’s going on here,” Corbett said. “It certainly is on the minds of the people of southeast Pennsylvania.”

March 3rd, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg | 1 Comment

One thought on “Inquirer: Corbett attends first DRPA meeting as chairman”

  1. Judia says:

    Take down those dirty NJ DRPA members starting with that Arrogant Jeff Nash and Matheuson. These people are no good. We are relying on you Governor Corbett. Hopefully together you and Governor Christie will go down as heros taking down the most vile Democratic Machines in history. Don’t forget that dirtball George Norcross

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