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City holds public meeting on Sweet Gum trail
Shawn Putnam
City Planner Shawn Putnam shows points of interest on a map of the proposed Sweet Gum Connector Trail, which will connect Scott and Woodward Parks. - photo by Jim Tatum
Turnout was light, but enthusiasm high among the handful of concerned citizens who attended a special public meeting Monday night at Camden City Hall. City staff sought public input regarding the Sweet Gum Connector Trail, a new hiker/biker trail which will connect Scott Park on Battleship Road and Woodward Park near West DeKalb Street. City Planner Shawn Putnam and City Grant Writer Amy Stenger answered questions and provided information about the project, a collaborative effort between the city, county and the nonprofit Eat Smart Move More Kershaw County (ESMMKC).