Camden Conducting Survey to Help Improve Housing for Residents

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Officials in Camden are conducting a survey in the city in hopes of improving housing for city residents.

The survey will assess residential demand for housing and the current gaps in housing quality throughout the city.

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Camden Mayor Frank Moran stated that providing safe, attractive, affordable, and high-quality housing will be crucial to keep Camden on a positive road to success and economic growth.

Moran is asking all Camden residents to visit the city's website to complete the survey and make their voices heard.

The deadline for completion is Monday, April 30th, and results of the survey will be released later this spring.

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