Another round of subpoenas came down recently at the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, around the time Gov. Chris Christie kicked his newest crusade into high gear.
The Attorney General’s office issued roughly two dozen subpoenas to employees and other officials, according to two sources close to the PVSC, not too long ago.
The Department of Criminal Justice issued the summonses and one of the sources partially divulged the nature of the investigation.
According to the source, equipment and manpower from the sewerage facility may have been diverted to complete home renovations for a high-ranking administrator at the PVSC.
Other issues, like the selling of tickets to political fundraisers, may also be examined, the source said.