Trenton workers could soon lose jobs

Trenton Mayor Tony Mack has notified 1,200 municipal workers that some of them could soon lose their jobs because of a multimillion-dollar budget gap.Mack told

TRENTON - Trenton Mayor Tony Mack has notified 1,200 municipal workers that some of them could soon lose their jobs because of a multimillion-dollar budget gap.

Mack told News 12 New Jersey he sent the letter because he was once laid off from a public position due to circumstances he said were beyond his control, and wants city workers to understand he knows what they're going through.

They layoffs must still be approved by the state's Civil Service Commission, but Mack expects that to be done in the coming days.

To see the letter from Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, Click here.

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