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Wastewater lagoon recovery plan proposed
Lagoon Master Plan Web
An image of what one of the citys former wastewater treatment lagoons could look like, as imagined by Ken Simmons, who also designed the citys new tennis complex. The concept is to convert the 16-acre site into a public educational/recreational wetland for environmental enthusiasts of all ages to enjoy, complete with access to the Wateree River. - photo by KBS Associates LLC
There may come a day when hardly anyone will remember that a 16-acre wastewater lagoon existed at the end of Bramblewood Plantation Road. During Camden City Council’s Sept. 12 meeting, Ken B. Simmons, of KBS Associates LLC, presented a plan to convert the former wastewater lagoon into an educational/recreation wetland environment. Step-by-step, Simmons -- whose firm also designed the city’s tennis complex that is under construction on Campbell Street -- showed how he plans to transform the site.

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