TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The trial of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack on corruption charges has been pushed back until summer.

Federal court documents show a judge has signed a continuance order until June. His trial was originally scheduled to begin in February.

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Mack was indicted on corruption charges in December but has vowed to remain in office. His brother and a close associate have also been indicted.

Mack has pleaded not guilty to six criminal counts related to what prosecutors say was a scheme to accept $119,000 in bribes in exchange for using his influence over the development of a parking garage on city-owned land.

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Meanwhile, the Trenton City Council will consider a measure this week that would reduce Mack’s salary from $126,460 to $65,000.

An earlier attempt to reduce Mack’s salary failed.

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