TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie today announced a slate of personnel changes in his administration, naming a new chief counsel for his second term and also nominating a new state comptroller.
Christie said his current counsel, Charles McKenna, will take over as executive director of the state’s Schools Development Authority. The director of the state Division of Law in the Attorney General’s Office, Christopher Porrino, will replace McKenna.
The governor also announced that state Comptroller Matthew Boxer will leave to go into the private sector after six years of service. Boxer said he told the governor he did not want to be considered for a second term.
Christie nominated the current executive director of the Schools Development Authority, Marc Larkins, to replace Boxer.