Mayor Frank Moran updated the city of Camden on several issues including Covid-19, Unemployment, Summer Recreation, Churches, and City Hall operations.
Governor Phil Murphy and his administration have taken a series of additional steps to protect residents during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in recent days. Today, March 23, Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, along with the commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection and president of the Board of Public Utilities asked water providers throughout the state to suspend all shut-offs during the outbreak.
The Camden County Department of Health announced the second presumptive positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Camden County. On Saturday, New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice, Stuart Rabner, announced that all municipal courts in the state will begin a two-week suspension starting Monday.
Anyone scheduled to appear in municipal court between Monday, March 16, and Friday, March 27, will receive notice of a new court date.
C.A.N.D.O.’s 5th season of community basketball all came down to last night. It was the championship game, ending off a season that bought out friends, family, and local supporters to cheer for their team or favorite player. The two teams, Team DJ and 6 ‘N Ferry, competed strongly for the title of Champion. The competitiveness could be seen throughout every play; looks of emotion, passion, and adrenaline, from the jump of the ball, until the final whistle.
The Freeholder Board, along with the City of Camden and Coopers Ferry Partnership, submitted a proposal making Camden County and specifically Camden City the best site for Amazon’s second North American headquarters. The Freeholder Board and the Camden County Improvement Authority believe the 197-page document will provide the facts and metrics behind why the city is the most fertile ground for the tech giant to land.
With a ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 19, 2017, local, state and federal officials are joining with the Rowan University/Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors (Joint Board of Governors) to celebrate the beginning of construction of the Joint Health Sciences Center, an innovative facility that will provide unique education and training opportunities to a new generation of health care providers.
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Camden City leaders will meet on Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at the Waterfront Technology Center to discuss "Business Basics" and Camden's commitment to small business.
City Council President Francisco “Frank” Moran today announced that the City of Camden is accepting applications for various youth and adult summer employment positions for the 2017 Summer Recreation Program and the Summer Food Service Program. Depending on the available summer position, the temporary seasonal employment can pay between $8.50 – $15.00 per hour.