Job fair in Trenton for local businesses

A job fair was held in Trenton today to help the city attract local companies.Trenton Mayor Tony Mack was joined by developers and officials with

TRENTON - A job fair was held in Trenton today to help the city attract local companies.

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack was joined by developers and officials with the Trenton Housing Authority. They say they hope the plan provides jobs and affordable housing.

One of the companies at the job fair was Carter Wilson, which wants to rebuild a high-rise, low-income housing project in Trenton. The company says that by attending the job fair, they will be able to employ local sub-contractors and tradesmen.

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