Marty Small has been mayor of Atlantic City for almost one year, when he was selected by city council to fill the vacancy created when the previous mayor, Frank Gilliam resigned after being convicted of corruption while in office. Small won the Democrat nomination for mayor in the primary and now faces a nominal Republican opponent in November’s general election. During his term, he has worked with city council to keep property taxes down, grappled with the Covid 19 shutdown and dealt with the BLM protests where he has kept his city violence free after the first unfortunate incident in May. He spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros in the Mayor’s conference room in the Atlantic City city hall in September.
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