Officials in Camden announced the results of a successful public auction of city-owned properties.
Camden Mayor Frank Moran announced that the public auction, which was held back in July, resulted in the sale of 90 underutilized properties.
The properties mostly consisted of undersized or landlocked lots.
The deposits collected on the day of the sale alone totaled more than $123,000, with total sales generating approximately $837,000 to the city.
Officials say they are proud the city is making sure these properties are back on the tax rolls in the hands of those who will help better the properties for all of Camden's residents.
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