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  • Published
    December 16, 2021

    Paid parking proposal discussed for Camden’s downtown

    Recommendations of a four-month parking study seek to improve turnover and availability of parking spaces in downtown Camden.

  • Published
    October 20, 2021

    Citizens ask Board to set votes on Montgomery Dam

    A Camden resident and business owner tells the Select Board, removing Montgomery Dam is "a momentous decision," and the views of townspeople need to be heard.

  • Published
    October 10, 2021

    Save the Dam Falls takes to Main Street

    A community group seeking to preserve the Montgomery Dam on Camden Harbor was on Main Street, reaching out to community members and visitors during the busy fall weekend.

  • Published
    October 6, 2021

    Camden Board acts on use-or-lose clause in daysail license agreement

    Camden's license allowing daysail boats to use town facilities in Camden Harbor can be terminated if the license is not used.

  • Published
    October 4, 2021

    Public comments wanted on Camden parking study

    Public comment and ideas are being sought on parking in downtown Camden, and can be sent to tocselectboard@camdenmaine.gov. There will also be a public comment session held in the future to attend in-person or via Zoom.

  • Published
    September 29, 2021

    Public input wanted for Camden parking study

    Members of the public are invited to provide input for a parking study underway for Camden town government. The public can attend the Sept. 30 meeting in person, or via Zoom videoconferencing.

  • Published
    September 24, 2021

    French raises issue of restoring town committees

    Former Select Board chair says he is being asked when current Select Board is going to bring committees back.

  • Published
    September 14, 2021

    Camden’s 2021-22 property tax rate up by 2%

    Camden's property tax rate is up slightly from last year, primarily due to an increase in county costs. While Knox County government costs account for only 8% of Camden's property tax bill, they increased by 9% in both 2021 and 2020. Education costs account for nearly two-thirds of the tax bill, with municipal government costs just under one-third.

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