Christie, Cuomo, and Bloomberg Find a New Reason to Fight Over the W.T.C. Site

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TRENTON, NJ - OCTOBER 04: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announces his decision to forgo candidacy in the Republican primary race for president at a a news conference at the Statehouse October 4, 2011 in Trenton, New Jersey. Christie said that "now is not my time" and that he felt committed to his position in New Jersey and would not abandon it. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images) Photo: Jeff Zelevansky/2011 Getty Images

After delaying work on the the 9/11 Memorial and Museum the three men finally came to an agreement over which groups should finance and oversee the project in September, but it seems they're at it again. The Post reports that officials from the Port Authority, which is controlled by Governor Cuomo and Governor Christie, are planning to scrap a four-year-old deal to let the NYPD run security at Ground Zero. The two organizations still haven't worked out a plan for daily operations, which was a requirement of the deal. Christie declared last week, “Never — not ever on my watch — will there be any other police force who will patrol the new World Trade Center other than the Port Authority police," so it appears that this unseemly feud is back on.