After Conviction, Trenton Mayor Fights to Keep Job

TRENTON, N.J. -

The mayor of New Jersey’s capital said Tuesday he intends to fight a state request to have a judge remove him from office after being convicted on federal corruption charges, The Times of Trenton reported. Tony Mack, who took bribes to advance a development deal in a sting, appeared briefly at a City Council meeting Tuesday in his first public appearance since his conviction. A court hearing is scheduled for next Wednesday.