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Published March 16, 2012
JOINING FORCES: In New Jersey, John Brennan noted Gov. Chris Christie Thursday announced that the NJSEA “would become part of the Department of State, which is overseen by Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, with the lieutenant governor gaining a seat on the sports authority board.” The plan would “merge the state Division of Travel and Tourism in Trenton and the Motion Picture and Television Commission in Newark into the sports authority’s jurisdiction.” The changes would come as NJSEA “is in the process of turning over Monmouth Park to private interests on May 1.” The last facility to “go private would be Izod Center, which sports authority President Wayne Hasenbalg said could happen later this year” (Bergen RECORD, 3/16).