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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 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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