Not a Drop to Drink? Investigation Reveals Mayor's Water Meter Registered Zero for Years

Thursday, Nov 28, 2013  |  Updated 12:11 PM EDT
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Mayor's Water Meter Registered Zero for Years: Report

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Trenton Mayor Tony Mack.

An investigation by The Trenton Times reveals that Trenton Mayor Tony Mack hasn't been billed for water usage at a commercial property he owns for year.

Trenton Water Works records show the meter at that property has registered zero usage for nearly five years, according to the report.

The property in question is on West State Street. Mack used it as his campaign headquarters in 2010. According to the paper:

The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation into corruption at the Trenton Water Works shortly after Mack took office in 2010, eventually arresting the mayor’s half-brother Stanley “Muscles” Davis, who is now serving a six-year prison sentence. - The Times

Mayor Mack did not respond to the paper's request for comment.

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