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    Although Camden, New Jersey has a substandard reputation regarding high crime and few financial assets, surprisingly, there are several means of transportation in and out of the city. In terms of the main access routes in and out of Camden, NJ, the primary roads are county route (Rte) 30, state Rte 168, state Rte 676, Federal St (county Rte 537), Broadway St (county rte 551), Atlantic Ave (county), River Rd (county), Ferry Ave (county Rte 603), and State St (county rte 601) (City of Camden Emergency Operations Plan, 2014). In the city of Camden, NJ, county Rte 30 runs concurrently with State Rte I-676 from mile posts 0.00 to 0.92; it also runs concurrently with Rte 130 from mile posts 3.26 to 4.26 (State of NJ Department of Transportation,…

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    Did you know Camden, New Jersey was once a wealthy city. Yes, that is right. The city that is now known as one of the most dangerous cities on the planet was once wealthy. Who would have thought, Camden of all places, to be at one point wealthy. You probably want to know a lot of things, like how did Camden become broke and how it became so dangerous. Before we get into the things you really want to know, we have to first know certain moments that occurred in early Camden days. In…

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    Campbell rethinks its soup recipe as consumer taste change The Campbell Soup Company is an American producer of canned soups that distributes its products in 120 countries around the world. The central issue that Campbell’s Soup has historically encountered is the ever-changing trends in food and consumer demand. Economic development and population growth are the driving factor when it comes to increases in overall food consumption, while a growing middle class is also demanding better quality…

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    Troubles In Camden

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    Troubles in Camden In a city in New Jersey, Walt Whitman once thought of it as “In a dream I saw a city invincible” (Gillette 5). Today that same city ranks as one of the poorest and most crime ridden cities in the United States. This city is directly across the river from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a city called Camden. When many people hear the name Camden, they think of all the crime and drug issues that go on in that city. What some people may not know is that their past wasn’t all that…

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    not be much, the federal government through HUD would subsidize the razing of areas that were designated by cities as blighted and in need of improvement. After filling out the proper paperwork, HUD would pay the cost of demolition of the properties, then the city would be responsible for finding private developers to build something on it after they cleared the rubble. The government would help subsidize the rebuilding only if it included affordable housing. Atlantic City had a large scale…

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    A comfortable home is something that everyone deserves, but to achieve this, it takes a lot more than a nice couch and a firm mattress. If you think about it, one of the major things that contributes to your comfort while you are in your home is the temperature. Since your happiness is high on your list of priorities, you may want to consider a smart thermostat to help you with have better control of the temperature of your home. If you want better control your heating and cooling in Camden…

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    As a soldier in the Continental Army, it was a harsh and unforgettable life and time for them. People from different aspects of life would volunteer to help out in the war, but they did not know what they were getting themselves into. Many soldiers would eventually die not only in battle, but by the terrible condition of the camps. As an unsanitary environment for them, disease played a huge factor in many deaths. Supplies were scarce. Food was hard to come by. Many soldiers did not have the…

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    additional 25 to 30 employees in the production department. • Foster innovation – The profits earned through these projects allows companies to invest in innovation, which also helps in enhancing reputation in their specific fields or industries. 2) How hungry is Camden Construction Corporation? Camden Construction Corporation has a strong interest in winning the proposals coming up and is extremely hungry because: • Only 15 % of business over past 5 years has been in the downtown industrial…

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    When the United States had their backs on the wall, they depended on military protection to keep them from falling apart. Some say the American Revolution would be unsuccessful without the great leaders. Leaders have all the fame, but those young patriotic kids are forgotten. The leaders themselves could not do anything without committed soldiers. These brave men chose to protect their country, even though they had no experience with war-like encounters. Without them, who knows if there would be…

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    police for help, out of fear for their own safety. To combat the issue, several police departments have adopted new strategies for handling the matter. In community policing, there are critical steps involved. Organizational transformation, community partnerships and problem solving are key to successful community policing. The Camden County Police Department, The Key West Police Department and the McFarland Police Department, have developed programs to regain the trust of the public. In…

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