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Underground Stormwater Detention Systems

Terence Sheridan and Timothy D. Stark
May 4, 2010
Land and Water May/June 2010

Roosevelt Manor sits in the heart of Camden, New Jersey’s Centerville neighborhood across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. Built in the early 1950’s via authorization of President Harry Truman and under the direction of the Camden Housing Authority, Roosevelt Manor broke new ground as an integrated public housing development. Unfortunately, Camden, like many other urban cities, struggled over the last half of the century. Just over 50 years after opening its doors the four acre development was demolished and with HopeVI funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Roosevelt Manor was rebuilt.

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