DRBA leaders swap No. 1 and No. 2 posts

Posted: February 13, 2013

The leaders of the Delaware River and Bay Authority swapped roles Tuesday, as part of the biennial rotation of leadership posts between New Jersey and Delaware.

James Hogan of Franklinville returned to the chairman's post after two years as vice chairman, while outgoing Chairman William Lowe 3d of Lewes, Del., returned to the vice chairman's position.

Hogan, the clerk of Gloucester County and the former sheriff, has gone back and forth as chairman or vice chairman since 2007. Lowe, a river pilot, was named vice chairman in 2010 before moving up to chairman in 2011.

The authority operates the Delaware Memorial toll bridge linking New Jersey and Delaware. - Paul Nussbaum

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