A couple weeks ago, Gov. Cuomo announced that he had appointed a couple new people to replace a couple old people on the Port Authority, the sprawling two-state agency that manages all of the bridge, tunnel and subway connectors between New York and New Jersey, as well as the region’s airports, plus a bunch of random stuff like the World Trade Center. It’s the kind of announcement that passes without comment five days a week. But a deeper look reveals much richer—and more complicated—story lines.
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