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Historic Camden asks for sewer project change
Council Photo
Historic Camden Foundation Board Chairman Dr. Tray Dunaway (center, in white coat) asks members of Camden City Council and staff to alter an ongoing sewer project at the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Meanwhile, Deputy Public Works Director Sam Davis (far left) traces the projects path on a map. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Tuesday morning, city of Camden officials went down to Broad and Bull streets to instruct a contractor to delay some work on a major sewer project involving Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Tuesday afternoon, Camden City Council spent nearly an hour deciding what to do about a request from the Historic Camden Foundation Board to change the proposed path of a new force main being installed along Broad Street. This marks the second time Historic Camden has asked the city to alter the project, which already involved moving the proposed location for a replacement sewer pump.