TRENTON – Port Authority staffers and employees connected to officials already subpoenaed by a joint legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy are among the people slated to be served with a new round of subpoenas, according to sources.
Staffers and assistants to officials hit with a first wave of subpoenas – including Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye and former authority officials Bill Baroni and David Wildstein – are among the people named in a new round of subpoenas, sources with knowledge of the investigation told PolitickerNJ. The list also includes additional officials within the Gov. Chris Christie administration.
The news comes after legislative committee members announced a fresh round of more than a dozen subpoenas are expected to be issued as soon as Monday evening or Tuesday.
Among the people slated to be subpoenaed are officials previously subpoenaed.
The following is a complete list of the new round of subpoenas:
– Chris Christie for Governor, the governor’s re-election campaign
– Christie’s office
– Regina Egea, director of the authorities unit, governor’s office
– Nicole Crifo, senior counsel to the authorities unit, governor’s office
– Jeanne Ashmore, director of constituent relations, governor’s office
– Rosemary Iannacone, director of operations, governor’s office
– Barbara Panebianco, executive assistant to Bridge Anne Kelly, governor’s office
– Custodian of records, State Police aviation unit
– William “Pat” Schuber, commissioner at the Port Authority
– Bill Baroni, former deputy executive director at the Port Authority
– Custodian of records, Port Authority
– Steve Coleman, deputy director of media relations, Port Authority
– Phillip Kwon, deputy general counsel, Port Authority
– John Ma, chief of staff to Executive Director Patrick Foye, Port Authority
– Matthew Bell, special assistant to former Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni, Port Authority
– Gretchen DiMarco, assistant to Baroni, Port Authority
– Arielle Schwarz, special assistant to former Director of Interstate Capital Projects David Wildstein, Port Authority
– Mark Muriello, assistant director of Tunnels, Bridges & Terminals, Port Authority