New Jersey's startup on Dec. 13, 1999 of what may well be the last I/M-240 testing program (with the possible exception of one scheduled for St. Louis), has apparently set a record for disasters. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection sends WEVTU a 32-page fax composed of newspaper stories covering the situation, which reports that an ex-aid to New Jersey Gov. Christie Whitman helped Parson's Infrastructures & Technology Group obtain the $488 million, 7-year contract as ...

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