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Protestors at city hall decry high electric bills
Protest at City Hall 2022
Long-time Camden resident Peggy Lane (above, far left) leads a round of applause after the Rev. Bill Owens (front, center) of St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church speaks during a protest on the steps of Camden City Hall on Wednesday afternoon. About 60 people marched down Rutledge Street from Camden’s Town Green to protest high electricity bills since the enactment of a 5-cent per killowatt hour surcharge imposed in July. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
“Power to the People” “Power or Food or Rx?” “Save our Churches” “Power Costs More Than Rent” “Gov. McMaster Help our Working Poor” “Wake Up! Pay Attention!