Friday, April 29, 2016

Port Authority: 95th Anniversary of the Port Compact of 1921

Port Authority|: "As far back as the 19th century, New York and New Jersey squabbled over the jurisdictional rights of the Hudson River, once even drawing an imaginary line down the middle of the river, which didn’t really help matters along.  The rivalry only got worse during World War I when congestion in New York Harbor became unmanageable."