2 resign from North Jersey District Water Supply Commission

Two men that Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) wanted to have dismissed from the state's largest water supply agency have stepped down. Michael Cricco and Albert

EDISON - Two men that Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) wanted to have dismissed from the state's largest water supply agency have stepped down. Michael Cricco and Albert Manzo have both resigned from the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission. The governor accused Cricco of attending commission meetings while on the clock at his other state job at the Schools Development Authority. Cricco has denied the charge. Manzo was accused by Christie of listing his Paterson restaurant as his address while appearing with his wife, Carolina, on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" at their Franklin Lakes home.

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