|Marcia Karrow leads a tour on a pontoon boat in June 2013.|
Marcia Karrow, who served as executive director of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, will be officially leaving roughly eight months after the agency was absorbed by the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
Linda Moss reports in The Record:
It was widely assumed that Karrow, who had served as executive director of the Meadowlands Commission since January 2011, would exit after the Sports Authority took control of the wetlands body in February. But on Thursday, the Sports Authority’s president and chief executive officer, Wayne Hasenbalg, confirmed her departure for the first time.
Karrow’s position is being eliminated effective Oct. 16, and she is currently “using time she is entitled to,” Hasenbalg said. He declined to elaborate, saying it was a personnel matter. Karrow’s annual salary was $148,000, according to Brian Aberback, a Sports Authority spokesman.
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