Trenton mayor to meet with constituents after 'no confidence' vote

TRENTON - Trenton's controversial Mayor Tony Mack is opening his doors to his constituents.

Mack will field questions from residents and others once a week for 30 minutes, face to face, in what appears to be an effort to strengthen his image.

Last month, he received a vote of no-confidence from the city council. The council says the mayor is carrying out less of his official duties since the FBI raided his home and office.

The council is expected to vote this month on whether to cut the mayor's salary. Mack was arrested on corruption charges in September.

No confidence vote for Trenton Mayor Tony MackTrenton mayor alleged to be back at work after arrest

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