Does this mean we’ll be treated like visiting dignitaries when we go to renew our driver’s licenses?
Gov. Chris Christie Monday named Raymond Martinez of Middletown, an attorney experienced in arranging White House visits by foreign leaders, as the new administrator of the state Motor Vehicle Commission.
The action fills one of the three remaining openings in the new governor’s cabinet.
Martinez, who will earn over $137,000 annually in the post, brings a unique background to the agency that draws the most ire from New Jerseyans.