Camden residents will soon be able to register cars at the town office and carry out other credit card transactions, following a Select Board decision made Tuesday night. Town Manager Roberta Smith said Wednesday that she was not sure how long it would take to set up the credit card system.

A discussion of strategic goals for the town was postponed Tuesday at 10 p.m., following a review of draft 2010 capital improvement plans that are part of the budget process. The board also heard a 45-minute presentation by Citizens for Value In Education.

Citizens for Value In Education is a group of local residents who are advocating for the best possible education at the lowest possible cost for students in Camden and Rockport schools. The group formed about a year ago when Rockport resident Alex Armentrout gave a presentation to the Rockport Select Board, followed by several letters to the editor, which appeared in the local news.

The Camden Select Board also approved a request from the Mid Maine Sports Car Club to block off parking spaces along Chestnut Street for a vintage British car show on Sunday, June 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. And the board approved a request to close Atlantic Avenue on Saturday, Jan. 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the annual Winterfest celebration in the Camden Amphitheatre.

Smith’s assistant, Janice Esancy, said Wednesday that no time had been set for the postponed discussion of strategic goals. She said the board is considering holding a workshop discussion on a night when there is no regular Select Board meeting.

The next regular meeting of the Camden Select Board will be Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Washington Street Conference Room.