Scott Gurian, NJPR
An elevated home in New Jersey under construction after Sandy.
The guy appointed by Gov. Chris Christie to direct New Jersey's recovery from Sandy doesn't make public appearances or take calls from the press.
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Would you "please" take away from WHYY the broadcast outlet located in Carrls Corner (Bridgeton, NJ) known as WNJB 89.3 - its a simulcast of WHYY 90.3 (Their signal at 90.3 is very powerful) It overlaps every station they acquired when Gov. Christie gave them away. It provides the residents with almost nothing for South Jersey. Your effort in acquiring WNJB would be a huge boost for those that need to know what is going in the state. WHYY only gives 30 seconds segments two or three time a day, and usually about Trenton. WHYY is Philadelphia oriented.
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