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Council adopts 2018-28 comprehensive plan
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Chris McKinney (center) presents the National Association of Development Organizations the 2018 Aliceann Wohlbruck Innovation Award to the city of Camden for its efforts in combating blight through the COG’s Neighborhood Initiative Program, or NIP. Accepting the award are (from left, front row), Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford, City Building Officer John Burns, City Planner Shawn Putnam, (back row) council members Jeffrey Graham, Deborah Davis, Stephen Smoak and Joanna Craig. (Photo provided)
At its Jan. 8 meeting, Camden City Council unanimously passed first reading of an ordinance adopting the city’s 10-year comprehensive plan that will guide planning and zoning efforts through 2028. Such plans are required to be revised every 10 years; the city must also review those plans every five years.