Camden Flow Archive: January, 2012

Community garden to fill Camden school-owned vacant lot

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What is now a half-acre of dried grass in East Camden could be transformed into a community garden by later this year. At Tuesday night’s... Read more

Camden Mayor Redd goes to clergy for advice, not "strong" Chief of Staff

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In case you missed it, I wrote about Camden Mayor Dana L. Redd’s first two years in office in Sunday’s Inquirer and my colleague... Read more

MLK events in Camden bring together youth from all walks of life

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CRAMER HILL- Community Organizing Organizations all over Camden had MLK Day events on Monday. But one church decided to take a different approach... Read more

Gov. Christie and Camden mayor agree on Camden schools' failure; need for alternatives

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The big chief was in town today to ceremoniously sign a bill that created a pilot project to allow private companies to construct and operate... Read more

Camden youths helping children poorer than them

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With a poverty rate of 38 percent - one of the highest in the state - Camden residents have seen a lot of their neighbors struggle to put food... Read more

Camden City Council to vote on sending off first quarter taxes

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Many Camden City residents are still trying to figure out a solution to their high property tax bills from 2011, whether it’s coming... Read more

Resume for Camden Parking Authority's new director of operations still MIA

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As I reported in my story Sunday there are various questions surrounding the Camden Parking Authority's recent hire- Willie E. Hunter, a politically... Read more

Camden City Council reorganization meeting calls for Divine Intervention

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Tuesday evening's reorganization meeting of Camden City Council was full of the everyone-thanks-everyone line-up that is common at many of... Read more