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New Law Enforcement Facility

New law enforcement facility to serve child victims of abuse in Camden County Kevin Riordan | @Inqkriordan | kriordan@phillynews.com A former union hall is being transformed into a kid-friendly space designed to help children talk about — and begin healing from — awful things adults have done to them. The Camden County Child Advocacy Center,

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CCMUA Honored by National Association of Clean Water Agencies

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) was honored with a 2017 National Environmental Achievement Award for excellence from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA). The CCMUA was recognized as a Water Resources Utility of the Future. “The CCMUA was singled out by its peers as one of the most effective and responsible

Freeholders Offer Municipalities Solution for Stray Cat Problem

The Freeholder Board recently introduced a Community Cat Ordinance to serve as a model for municipalities dealing with the challenge of stray and feral cats. “The Community Cat Ordinance is based on the principles of trap, neuter and return (TNR), which we feel is the most effective method of managing the stray and feral cat

February Freeholder Meeting Held in Brooklawn

On Thursday, February 16th, the Camden County Board of Freeholders held their monthly meeting at the Brooklawn Senior Community Center. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Girl Scout Troop 30721. The National Anthem was performed by David Chorzelewski, a Rutgers University music education student. Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez presented a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Camden County Commemorates Black History Month

The Camden County Freeholder Board and the Camden County Library System are presenting a wide-ranging schedule of events throughout February to celebrate Black History Month. This month-long commemoration of African-American history throughout our nation was originally marked in 1926 by historian Carter G. Woodson. “From an African American film series to African heritage cooking classes,

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