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Chamber asking city to take over Robert Mills Courthouse
Will relinquish visitors center, move to CCTC campus
Robert Mills Courthouse Web
The Robert Mills Courthouse, pictured here Monday morning, will no longer be the home of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center. The chambers board authorized President Kimberly Dixon to enter into discussions with the city of Camden to take over the historic building. The chamber plans to move to space recently vacated by the Kershaw County Economic Development Office at the Central Carolina Technical College campus. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
In a letter to its members emailed Thursday afternoon, Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Board President Kimberly Dixon announced that the board authorized her to enter into discussions and, if approved, an agreement with the city of Camden to transfer ownership of the Robert Mills Courthouse to the city. “The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce has been in existence for over 100 years and over those decades the chamber has evolved and changed with the needs of its members and the community. We are experiencing a time of change again,” Dixon said in the letter.