I love to travel the back roads of Camden County.  Having said that it is getting more difficult to enjoy the countryside as residents continue to create garbage dumps on their property, abandon old cars (and sometimes newer cars) around their property, and generally have trashy yards.



I love to travel the back roads of Camden County.  Having said that it is getting more difficult to enjoy the countryside as residents continue to create garbage dumps on their property, abandon old cars (and sometimes newer cars) around their property, and generally have trashy yards.
All of this on their own property do you say?  Yes, and that seems to be the property.  If this 'stuff' was on roadways at least someone would clean it up. 
Driving down 'J' road from Hwy 54 to Rt. 7, one will find what looks like a city dump, abandoned cars and a van, and some of the trashiest yards I have ever encountered.
I call on our county lawmakers to enact laws to prohibit garbage dumping in view of the roadway, obviously trashy yards in view of the roadway, and motor vehicles that are unlicensed, out of license, or whatever.  Please help improve our vision and the county image.
Lonnie Caldwell, Roach