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Maxway property committee to make interim recommendation
Also, public hearing, first vote on Beard Collection purchase
Maxway Drawing
A closeup of a landscape plan for the former Maxway property at the corner of Broad and Rutledge streets in downtown Camden. Maxway Property Development Committee Chairman Jon Fike is expected to present a recommendation to Camden City Council during its work session Tuesday to engage in an interim project to minimally hardscape and landscape the property.
During its 4 p.m. work session Tuesday, Camden City Council will hear a report and recommendation from the Maxway Property Development Commitment. According to documents attached to the work session agenda, Chairman Jon Fike is expected to recommend a “low-impact, low cost interim solution” for the property; the allocation of funds in support of that plan; and authorization to evaluate design proposals and site plans to complete the work. The interim solution would, at least temporarily, turn the property into a green space with hardscaping, landscaping and trees -- minimally in all three cases -- for an estimated $20,700.