Peter Cammarano, the 32-year-old recently elected to mayor of Hoboken and even more recently accused of taking a $25,000 bribe by the feds, has finally resigned, just days after saying he'd stay in office. Protests, not to mention some prodding from NJ Governor Corzine, apparently wore him down; Cammarano issued a resignation letter today, "I apologize to the residents of Hoboken for the disruption and disappointment this case has caused...Regrettably, it has turned out that the controversy surrounding the charges against me has become a distraction to me and an impediment to the functioning of Hoboken government. I would like to reiterate that I am innocent of any criminal charges and I intend to fight the allegations against me." City Council President Dawn Zimmer succeeds Cammarano.