As Democrats from across the country gather in Philadelphia this week for the Democratic National Convention, U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross (D-Cherry Hill) spent the better half of Monday morning across the Delaware River in Camden at an event highlighting the city's recent infrastructure investments.

Going through examples of recent successes, Norcross excitedly talked up the recent decision made by Voorhees-based American Water Works Co. to utilize roughly $164 million in incentives approved by the Economic Development Authority to relocate its new headquarters on the city's waterfront.

"That is good news. Bad news is they'll be blocking my view of downtown Philadelphia," Norcross joked, referencing his nearby residence at the Victor building.