The Cooper River will be dredged beginning next July and that means the rowing community is going to have to look for other venues for 2014.
“It looks like the bridge will be open by the end of this week, or at the latest probably Saturday,” says Camden County freeholder Ian Leonard.
After a year and a half of construction, the State Street Bridge, spanning the Cooper River, is expected to reopen by August 1st, as two bridges.
Camden County officials have announced that Thursday night’s Cooper River concert has been cancelled.
With all the rain we’ve had around here this week, some wonder why there hasn’t been a lot more flooding. The answer, in some cases, is water management.
Registration is at 9am. The walk starts at 10am, at Jack Curtis Stadium in Pennsauken.
An advisory issued earlier in the week for all Camden neighborhoods west of the Cooper River to boil their water before usage has been rescinded.
Camden’s advisory to boil tap water for consumption by residents west of the Cooper River remains in effect, along with a ban on non-essential use, despite improvements in water pressure levels after Thursday’s dangerous drop.
Officials are asking that all Camden neighborhoods west of the Cooper River boil their water before it is used due to low water pressure and levels.
Over the next few days, college rowers will be racing along a river in our area, and it’s not the Schuylkill.
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