Camden City Manager Kevin Bronson tendered his resignation to Camden City Council during an executive session at Tuesday's regular meeting, to be effective January 3. Council hired Bronson at the end of March 2009; he signed an updated employment agreement in November 2010.
Through the power of their words and votes, three of four newly appointed members to the KershawHealth Board of Trustees and one returning member objected to the process by which trustees are assigned to board committees.
After a nearly year and a half wait, the city of Camden will celebrate the unveiling of a pair of life-size statuary of two of the city and county's most notable figures on the Town Green on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25.
Back in January 2011, Camden City Council unanimously passed an ordinance repealing the city's procurement code. At that same meeting, council also adopted a new procurement administrative policy on a 3-1 vote, with Councilman Pat Partin absent that evening. Councilman Willard Polk voted against the measure after a motion he made to add a section failed to be seconded.
The city of Camden has been unable to locate any written criteria that may have been used by suspended City Attorney Charles Cushman to dismiss charges against municipal court defendants in exchange for "donations" to the Camden City Drug Fund, according to City Manager Kevin Bronson.
Once or twice a year while living in the Washington, D.C., area as a child, my father would drive me and my sister to New York's Long Island to visit my grandparents, Ira and Barbara Cahn. They lived in Wantaugh, but spent much of their waking hours -- as well as time they should have been sleeping -- a little east of there in Massapequa.
Family members, hospice patients and the community are mourning the death of Ricky Alan Courtney, the 53-year-old KershawHealth hospice nurse who went missing after leaving his home in Camden's Kirkover Hills neighborhood two weeks ago.
October 08, 2012|
Only about 70 people showed up for an "educated voters" forum Tuesday night at Camden High School featuring four candidates for two seats available on Camden City Council. A separate forum will be held Monday, Oct. 22, for two mayoral candidates.
Only a few Camden residents showed up Sept. 27 for a public input meeting on a proposal to transform the Camden Historic Landmarks Commission (CHLC) into a board of architectural review (BAR). Former CHLC member Kay Kinard and a man who declined to be identified joined City Planner Shawn Putnam, CHLC Chair Laurie Parks, current CHLC members Rick Trott and Nancy Wylie, and consultants Cheryl Matheny and Carol Rhea.