Governor’s office charged with altering DOT letters

The News & Observer claims documents in their possession indicate that Gov. Bev Perdue’s staff sent false letters to legislators regarding DOT project funding for toll projects near Charlotte and the Outer Banks. The letters were quickly retracted and disavowed by DOT’s chief operating officer, Jim Trogden, whose signature was used.


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  1. Dionysis

    Having read the article, it seems that two high-ranking aids to the Governor need to update their resumes. Soon.

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