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In partial effectuation of the comprehensive plan for the development of the port of New York, and of section four thereof, 1 adopted by the state of New Jersey and New York by chapter 9, Laws of New Jersey, 1922, 2 and chapter 43, Laws of New York, 1922, 3 which was consented to and which the Port of New York Authority was authorized and empowered to carry out and effectuate by the congress of the United States by Public Resolution No. 66, 67th Congress, H.J.Res. 337, 4 and of the port compact or treaty between the two states dated April thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one, authorized and approved by chapter 151, Laws of New Jersey, 1921, 5 and chapter 154, Laws of New York, 1921, 6 and consented to by the congress of the United States by Public Resolution No. 17, 67th Congress, S.J.Res. 88, the Port of New York Authority 7 (hereinafter called the port authority) is authorized and empowered to construct, operate, maintain and own a bridge, with the necessary approaches thereto, across the Arthur Kill, between Elizabeth on the New Jersey side and Howland Hook on the New York side.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Jersey Statutes Title 32. Interstate and Port Authorities and Commissions 32 § 1-48 - last updated February 19, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-32-interstate-and-port-authorities-and-commissions/nj-st-sect-32-1-48/
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