Camden mayor launches cleanup, greening initiatives

    Camden residents and officials will give the city a good scrubbing today in honor of Earth Day and the kick-off of the city’s second annual Camden Clean Campaign.

    Mayor Dana Redd will announce the campaign this morning, as well as plans for the city’s Stormwater Management and Resource Training program.


    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin, CCMUA Deputy Executive Director Andrew Kricun, Camden Center for Environmental Transformation Director of Sustainability Andrea Ferich, Cooper’s Ferry Development Association/Greater Camden Partnership Chief Executive Officer Anthony J. Perno, Father Michael Doyle from Sacred Heart Church, and students from Sacred Heart Church will join Redd for this morning’s announcement on the waterfront.

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    As the city works to clean up th Waterfront South neighborhood, Redd will outline the SMART plans, which include neighborhood green and gray infrastructure projects, stormwater management policy development and green infrastructure training programs.

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