New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine yesterday signed an executive order to suspend development proposals for any municipality that has a sitting mayor under indictment for public corruption.

The order affects the boroughs of Ridgefield and Carlstadt in northeastern New Jersey. Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez has been charged in a recent corruption probe that uncovered alleged bribes and money-laundering schemes among 44 public officials and civic leaders.

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