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Letter: Facts are facts
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FACT: Having served for quite a few years on the city of Camden Parks and Streets Commission (now Parks and Trees Commission), the Camden Tree Foundation, Historic Camden Foundation Board, Kershaw County Historical Society Board and Camden City Council and having participated in the development of the 2007 -2017 City of Camden Comprehensive Plan, and now having read a good deal of the draft comprehensive plan being presented to Camden City Council, I have to question the wisdom of adding yet another multi-acreage and very expensive project in both construction and maintenance and potential liability to the city’s inventory of recreational areas. I believe I have requisite experience to question. FACT: Table 7-9, Parks and Outdoor Recreational Facilities in Camden, of the 2018-2028 Comprehensive Plan shows there are 337.52 total acres available for recreational activities of various types.