Delaware River Port Authority

Based on evidence from the SCI probe, reported in October 1974, the Port Authority claimed more than $64,000 from its former chairman as repayment of profits his firms made on Authority construction projects. The claim was settled in 1977 for $50,666. Although the former chairman was absolved of any wrongdoing, he was not reappointed to the Authority.

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