An overflow crowd filled the Camden County Commission office Tuesday morning to take part in a discussion on the future of certain images displayed in the office building. The Freedom From Religion Foundation has asked that two images be either removed from the courthouse walls or moved to private workspaces outside the immediate view of the general public. Tuesday morning, commissioners Greg Hasty and Don Williams called a meeting to judge the sentiment of the public. Two people, including one representing the woman who filed the initial complaint, spoke against the images. The remainder of the crowd was strongly in support of keeping them in place. One image in question, which contained a bible verse over an American flag, has already been relocated to be in compliance with labor department guidelines. The remaining image in question depicts steel beams in the shape of a cross that were left standing at ground zero following the September 11 terror attacks. The commission contends that image is not religious in nature. Many of the people in attendance said they are not bothered by the potential costs of a lawsuit even if it means roads are not fixed or repaired in the county. You can view the meeting on our KRMS News Facebook page.