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Noted and passed - June 30, 2014
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• We think most Camden residents will be pleased at the prospect that the city will -- assuming second reading of an authorizing ordinance passes on July 8 -- purchase what used to be Camden City Hall and the Camden Opera House. It’s been nearly 60 years since city offices moved out of the top floor of the building atop which the King Hagler Clock Tower sits on the southeast corner of Broad and Rutledge streets. The building, currently the home of a thrift store and former home to Peebles and B.C. Moore’s department stores, served as Camden’s fourth city hall from its construction in 1886 to 1956 when the current city hall opened on Lyttleton Street.