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Council to consider extending clock tower building agreements
Also, plans to quit claim old PTHS property
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The city of Camden’s clock tower sits atop a building that has been used as city hall, an opera house, department stores and a thrift store. A year ago, the city announced it was negotiating with a then unnamed company to transform it into a 40- to 50-room boutique hotel. The company was revealed as Kershaw Hospitality LLC, of Pawley’s Island, in an ordinance that would extend the agreement until next April. Kershaw Hospitality is associated with developers who are working to create a similar hotel in Georgetown. (C-I file photo)
Camden City Council will hold its first meeting of May via teleconference at 4 p.m. today. The public may listen to the meeting by dialing either 1-712-832-8330 or 1-717-275-8940 and entering the access code 754 8645.