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1. Changing Landscape -

It’s been confusing from a distance.

The formal groundbreaking for Shelby Farms Park’s $70 million “Heart of the Park” improvements, including an expansion of Patriot Lake, came the same week last month the Memphis City Council voted to delay for one year the city’s portion of funding for the Shelby Farms Parkway.

2. Building Capacities -

Major road and highway projects like the Interstate 269 loop, I-40/240 and the Mallory Road interchange near Frank Pigeon Industrial Park made substantial progress during 2013, with several phases of important transportation corridors wrapping up and new projects planned for 2014 and beyond.

3. Futhey Cuts Own Path With Solo Law Practice -

Malcolm Futhey III recently made a leap of faith by opening his own practice, the Futhey Law Firm PLC, in Midtown.

He said the idea of working for himself was something he always had in the back of his mind.

4. Surprise From Fed: No Pullback in Bond Purchases -

WASHINGTON (AP) – In a surprise, the Federal Reserve has decided against reducing its stimulus for the U.S. economy because its outlook for growth has dimmed in the past three months.

The Fed said it will continue to buy $85 billion a month in bonds while it awaits conclusive evidence that the economy is strengthening. The Fed's bond purchases are intended to keep long-term borrowing rates low to boost spending and economic growth.

5. Fed Faces Many Uncertainties as It Meets This Week -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve is being engulfed by the one thing it tries to prevent: uncertainty.

Will the Fed take its first step Wednesday toward reducing the extraordinary stimulus it's given the U.S. economy?

6. Summers Withdraws From Consideration for Fed Chief -

For weeks, Lawrence Summers had been considered the leading candidate to succeed Ben Bernanke as Federal Reserve chairman.

7. Investors Look to Fed for Further Clues on Rates -

WASHINGTON (AP) – When the Federal Reserve offers its latest word on interest rates this week, few think it will telegraph the one thing investors have been most eager to know: When it will slow its bond purchases, which have kept long-term borrowing rates low.

8. Entry Point -

The city of Germantown is embarking on an effort to guide growth and development of the city’s western gateway corridor for the next 20 years.

The planning area encompasses the Poplar Avenue corridor at the city’s western gateway, paying special attention to proposed development opportunities, improvements to Poplar Avenue and Kirby and a new set of regulations designed to guide development.

9. Fresh Market Eyes Midtown Property for New Store -

The Fresh Market, the upscale specialty grocery store, has had its sights on Midtown Memphis for some time and may have found the right address.

The Greensboro, N.C.-based grocer and retailer is eyeing the vacant office building and hotel at the southwest corner of Union Avenue and McLean Boulevard, according to several sources, who said the property is under contract to be purchased.

10. Unemployment Rates Fall in 90 Percent of US Cities -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Unemployment rates fell in nearly 90 percent of large U.S. cities in March, though most of the declines likely occurred because more Americans stopped looking for work, rather than found jobs.

11. Good Times for All -

There will be kickball games, limbo dances, arts and crafts, and a talent show. There will be all of that and more at the sixth annual Camp Good Times residential summer camp May 30 through June 5 at Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park in Millington.

12. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Announces Changes -

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has announced some changes to its Memphis board.

Lisa McDaniel Hawkins, president of Room to Room in Tupelo, Miss., has been appointed to a three-year term on the board.

13. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Announces Changes to Memphis Board -

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has announced some changes to its Memphis board.

Lisa McDaniel Hawkins, president of Room to Room in Tupelo, Miss., has been appointed to a three-year term on the board.

14. Federal Review of Tobacco Products Grinds to a Halt -

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Talk about a smoke break.

Tobacco companies have introduced almost no new cigarettes or smokeless tobacco products in the U.S. in more than 18 months because the federal government has prevented them from doing so, an Associated Press review has found.

15. River Business -

From Thanksgiving through the first full week in December, four overnight cruise boats will have docked at the Memphis riverfront.

And the Riverfront Development Corp., which manages the riverfront for the city including Beale Street Landing, has been talking with one cruise company about more of the boats coming to Memphis.

16. The Heart Beats -

THE HEART BEATS. AGAIN. A lifetime ago, screwdrivers with lifetime guarantees came from an art moderne castle, and screwdrivers with orange juice came from the only other Friday’s outside of Manhattan.

17. Divorce Guide Hits Silver Anniversary -

This year marks the silver anniversary of Memphis attorney Larry Rice literally writing the book on divorce law.

18. Miss. Reports 10 New West Nile Virus Cases -

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting 10 new cases of the West Nile virus.

The reported new cases are in Forrest (1), Lamar (1), Lawrence (1), Lincoln (2), Madison (1), Marion (1), Rankin (2), and Warren (1) counties, bringing the state total for 2012 to 95 cases and two deaths. The deaths occurred in Lincoln and Smith counties.

19. ‘Soul-ed’ Out -

On Saturday, March 31, as more than 800 guests entered The Peabody hotel’s Grand Ballroom for The MED fundraiser “A Soul Celebration,” the lyrics of “Imagine” hummed through the air. Attendees were soon treated to a video outlining the vision for “Tomorrow’s MED” and setting the theme for the evening.

20. Hollins’ Intensity Evident In Grizzlies’ Play on Court -

Sooner or later, every conversation with Grizzlies coach Lionel Hollins comes back to his core basketball beliefs.

“You’ve got to go out there and play your game and let whatever happens happen,” Hollins is saying one day – or any day – in the hallway outside his office at FedExForum. “And if it’s not good enough, I’ll let you know.

21. Rumors Target Medtronic Spine Biz -

Medtronic Inc.’s weak third quarter Spinal sales reported last week reignited speculation that the global medical device giant could eventually sell its Memphis-based Spinal & Biologics Business.

22. 2011 Job Hopes Improved Most for Worst-Hit Groups -

WASHINGTON (AP) – For many people whose job prospects faded most during the recession, 2011 brought a small dose of relief.

When unemployment was surging, the youngest U.S. workers, the oldest, those without college degrees and men as a whole all suffered disproportionately. Last year, those groups – whose unemployment rates still exceed the national average – had better success than others in finding jobs, according to Labor Department data released Friday.

23. Back to Black -

The Friday after Thanksgiving, often dubbed, “Black Friday,” is considered by many to be the traditional start of the holiday season shopping in the U.S.

The origin of the term varies. Some sources attribute the Philadelphia Police Department’s coinage of the phrase in 1966 to describe the hectic traffic and chaotic crowds on the busy shopping day. Others deem the expression to reflect a retailer’s shift to profitability during the holiday season, when a boost in sales moves a business out of the “red” and into the “black.”

24. Rhodes Panel to Discuss 'Great American Cities' Book -

Rhodes College’s environmental studies and sciences program, as well as its department of history, will present “The Death and Life of Great American Cities: Fifty Years Later,” a panel discussion starting at 7 p.m. in the Blount Auditorium on Nov. 14.

25. Driving the Economy -

It doesn’t take much to figure out why a stock like AutoZone’s remains a favorite among investors.

There are about 240 million cars on the road in the U.S. right now, according to Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc. specialty retail analyst John R. Lawrence. Meanwhile, the average age of those cars has pushed past the decade mark.

26. Allie Prescott to Head U of M Alumni Association -

Allie Prescott has been elected president of the University of Memphis Alumni Association national executive board of directors.

Prescott holds his bachelor’s and law degrees from the U of M, and he is a life member of the University of Memphis Alumni Association. As a former adviser to the executive director and former vice president for membership, Prescott is serving his fifth year on the national board.

27. Haslam Summer Tour Taps Voter Interests, Concerns -

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (AP) – Bill Haslam has ramped up his travel schedule now that the legislative session is over, attending ribbon-cutting events, delivering grant checks and discussing education policy over pizza.

28. Borrowers Sue Over Apparent Loan Mod Mishaps -

LOS ANGELES (AP) – It seemed Maria Campusano's financial problems were behind her when the mortgage on her Victorian home in a Massachusetts mill town was chopped by hundreds of dollars a month.

29. Q3 Profit, Sales Up for AutoZone -

Memphis-based auto parts retailer AutoZone Inc. turned in a strong fiscal third quarter, despite concerns about whether higher gas prices and bad weather in parts of the country would lead customers to drive their cars less – and thus need to swap out parts less often.

30. Coming into Focus -

In the realm of urban attractions, museums present somewhat of a paradox.

Often, they’re privately funded. But in a broader sense – a civic sense – they’re public spaces. They’re open to the public, shaped to address a public issue or meet a public need.

31. ‘Clear Leader’ -

AutoZone Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Bill Rhodes told analysts during a presentation of the company’s second quarter results Tuesday morning that the Memphis-based auto parts retailer had its best quarterly performance since the end of 2003 for the period ending Feb. 12.

32. 'Clear Leader': AutoZone sets industry tone with another scorching quarter -

AutoZone Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Bill Rhodes told analysts during a presentation of the company’s second quarter results Tuesday morning that the Memphis-based auto parts retailer had its best quarterly performance since the end of 2003 for the period ending Feb. 12.

33. Brooks Unreels Film Series -

The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art this month continues a long-running tradition of adding moving pictures to its collection of visual arts with a series of independent films meant to warm up cold January nights.

34. Signed Contracts to Buy Homes up 10.4 Pct. in Oct. -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of people who signed contracts to buy homes jumped in October, marking the third gain since contract signings hit a decade low.

The National Association of Realtors said Thursday its index of sales agreements for previously occupied homes rose 10.4 percent in October. Contract signings were up in every region of the country except the West.

35. Recession Pain Still Real, Despite End, Obama Says -

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Barack Obama said Monday he doesn't care that the Great Recession has been declared over by a group of economists. For the millions of people who are out of work or otherwise struggling, he said, "it's still very real for them."

36. Record Gains for US Poverty With Elections Looming -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of people in the U.S. who are in poverty is on track for a record increase on President Barack Obama's watch, with the ranks of working-age poor approaching 1960s levels that led to the national war on poverty.

37. Pending Home Sales Rise 5.2 Percent in July -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of buyers who signed contracts to purchase previously occupied homes increased in July but remained well below last year's levels, a sign that demand for housing remains weak.

38. Conserve and Protect -

Iconic nautical images abound on the modern-day Mississippi River, this country’s largest and most storied river system.

Stroll along the banks of the “Mighty Mississippi” and it’s possible to see a tugboat pushing a barge against the current, a steamboat churning through the muddy waters, a Coast Guard cutter darting across the choppy surface.

39. Summers Expects Financial Overhaul to Pass Senate -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's top economic adviser said Sunday he believes Congress will pass new oversight rules for the financial industry.

Lawrence Summers also said putting even more Americans back to work is a White House "preoccupation."

40. What's In a Cigarette? FDA to Study Ingredients -

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is working to lift the smokescreen clouding the ingredients used in cigarettes and other tobacco products.

In June, tobacco companies must tell the FDA their formulas for the first time, just as drugmakers have for decades. Manufacturers also will have to turn over any studies they've done on the effects of the ingredients.

41. Unexpected Drop in Jobless Rate Sparks Optimism -

WASHINGTON (AP) – A surprising drop in the unemployment rate and far fewer job losses last month cheered investors Friday and raised hopes for a sustained economic recovery.

The rate unexpectedly fell to 10 percent, from 10.2 percent in October, as employers cut the fewest number of jobs since the recession began. The government also said 159,000 fewer jobs were lost in September and October than first reported.

42. Sept. Pending Home Sales Rise 6.1 Percent -

The volume of signed contracts to buy previously occupied homes rose for the eighth straight month in September as buyers scrambled to take advantage of a tax credit for first-time owners that expires at the end of this month.

43. Job Losses Mar Recovery, Create Woes for Dems -

WASHINGTON (AP) - A distressed economy is widely blamed for President George H.W. Bush's re-election defeat in 1992, and a decade earlier, for the loss of 26 House seats in midterm elections by Ronald Reagan's Republicans. Yet in both instances recession had already ended or was winding down.

44. Fed's Steps to Aid Banking System Raise Risks, Too -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Reserve's bold steps to prevent the banking industry from collapsing last year have injected new dangers into the financial system.

Analysts and government officials fear that the nation's biggest banks will be emboldened to resume excessive risk-taking on the belief that the Fed will be there – again – to prevent them from collapsing.

45. Risk-taking is Back for Banks One Year after Crisis -

NEW YORK (AP) - A year after the financial system nearly collapsed, the nation's biggest banks are bigger and regaining their appetite for risk.

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and others – which have received tens of billions of dollars in federal aid – are once more betting big on bonds, commodities and exotic financial products, trading that nearly stopped during the financial crisis.

46. Obama Officials: Taxes May Rise to Pay Health Care -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Two of President Barack Obama's economic heavyweights said middle-class taxes might have to go up to pare budget deficits or to pay for the proposed overhaul of the nation's health care system.

47. Pending Home Sales Rise 6.7 Percent -

The number of U.S. homebuyers who agreed to purchase a previously occupied home in April posted the largest monthly jump in nearly eight years, a sign that sales are finally coming to life after a long and painful slump.

48. Lots of Work Awaits New Airport Area Leader -

The Memphis Airport Area Development Corp. has a new pilot at the helm.

Fred Jackson, a Memphis native and retired U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officer, recently took over as executive director of the organization. And though Jackson is three months into his new post, he has spent that time getting his feet wet with the priorities and objectives of MAADC, www.maadc.com, a private nonprofit group dedicated to improving neighborhoods surrounding the airport.

49. Red Flags Abounded During SEC Probe Of Stanford Cos. -

WASHINGTON (AP) – As with the Bernard Madoff case, the scandal surrounding billionaire R. Allen Stanford now seems clear and obvious in hindsight. Yet Stanford managed to run his alleged scheme even while the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulators investigated his businesses.

50. New Info Surfaces in Priest Sex Cases -

Fifteen priests in the Catholic Diocese of Memphis have been accused of sexually abusing children since the diocese was formed in 1971.

That was among the disclosures made in a Circuit Court hearing late last week to set the ground rules for the pending civil trial of a lawsuit against the diocese and the Dominican religious order. The hearing continues Thursday.

51. Pending Home Sales Fall 4.6 Percent in September -

Pending U.S. home sales fell more than expected in September, after posting a big jump in the previous month.

The National Association of Realtors reported Friday that its seasonally adjusted index of pending sales for existing homes fell 4.6 percent to a reading of 89.2. That’s down from an upwardly revised August reading of 93.5.

52. Existing Home Sales Drop in August -

Sales of existing homes fell in August, but the number of unsold homes on the market also dropped sharply from the previous month’s record high.

The National Association of Realtors reported Wednesday that sales fell 2.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.91 million units, from an upwardly revised pace of 5.02 million in July. Sales had been expected to fall by 1.6 percent, according to economists surveyed by Thomson/IFR.

53. FDIC Chief Wants Home Loans Part of Bailout Plan -

WASHINGTON (AP) - As Congress moves on the financial bailout plan, restructuring of troubled mortgages should be part of the final package, the head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Tuesday.

54. United Liquors Corp. Sells Parkway Village Warehouse -

4009 Air Park Cove
Memphis, TN 38118
Sale Amount: $1.5 Million

Sale Date: June 30, 2008
Buyer: TCD Co.
Seller: United Liquors Corp.
Loan Amount: $11.2 million
Loan Date: June 30, 2008
Maturity Date: June 10, 2013
Lender: Columbus Bank and Trust Co.

55. Sales of Existing Homes and Prices Both Fall in January -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Sales of existing homes fell for the sixth straight month in January, dropping to the slowest sales pace on record. Median home prices were also down and many analysts predicted further price declines in the months ahead given high levels of unsold homes.

56. Germantown Readies For Smart Growth -

Now that Germantown officials have hammered out a much-debated redevelopment plan for the city's commercial core, they'll soon have their first chance to put those new design concepts into action.

Several new development proposals currently are winding their way through the city's planning approval process. If they haven't already, three of those projects ultimately will generate considerable scrutiny.

57. Judge to Consider if Ford, Lee Should Be Tried Together -

A federal judge will decide next week whether Memphis City Councilman Edmund Ford and former Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division head Joseph Lee will go to trial together to face an 11-count indictment against both men.

58. Developers Bring Apartments to Condo-Rich Downtown -

With recent announcements of plans to rehab two historic properties, two development teams have signed on to give Downtown something it's been thirsting for - apartments.

Development groups called 91 Cotton Row LLC and Downtown Developers LLC have joined a growing list of groups bringing multifamily product to a submarket that many believe is oversaturated with condominiums and underserved by apartments.

59. Speculators Bet Housing Prices to Fall Another 10 Percent -

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. home prices have fallen further since mid-2006 than during the 1990-1991 recession and professional traders bet they'll plunge up to 10 percent more the next year.

If the speculative traders making big-money bets on where housing prices are headed are correct, the question is not whether a U.S. recession is ahead but when it will start.

60. Some RMK Funds Feel Pain of Subprime Meltdown -

Once investments tied to the subprime mortgage market began taking a beating - now part of a daily drama unfolding in the national financial press - several Regions Morgan Keegan mutual funds found themselves more bloodied than almost all of their rivals.

61. Thompson Senate Campaign Manager Takes Over Likely Prez Effort -
WASHINGTON (AP) - Fred Thompson on Wednesday tapped the man he credits with saving his 1994 Senate campaign to take over his likely presidential bid.

Bill Lacy, a former strategist for Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole and Republican National Committee, will run day-to-day operations of Thompson's committee to "test the waters" for a presidential run.

62. Germantown Leaders Position Town For Smarter Growth -

If you can't grow outward, grow upward.That's the tack Germantown has chosen for "Vision 2020," an ambitious redevelopment initiative centered on Smart Growth, a movement designed to transform the city's commercial core and put the "urban back into suburban."

63. Thompson Teeters on Presidential Edge -

In a generally favorable profile of former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson that ran in the May 20 edition of The Washington Post, Liz Garrigan wrote that she once compared the lawmaker's appearance to that of the "Star Trek" character Worf.

64. Lamar Crossing Apartments' Developers Aim To 'Jump In' to Lamar Corridor Revitalization -

Lamar Crossing Apartments
At Lamar and Dunn avenues
Permit Cost: $6 million

Project Cost: $11.7 million

65. TV or Oval Office? U of M Grad Thompson Faces Decision -

When Fred Dalton Thompson graduated from Lawrence County High School in 1960, his classmates probably didn't envision the gregarious, fun-loving son of a used-car salesman one day becoming the leader of the free world.

66. Legal Columnist To Speak About Larger Implications Of Duke Case -

Legal columnist Stuart Taylor knew something was wrong with the Duke University lacrosse case when he first heard about it.

The case, which still is open, involves three white lacrosse players at Duke who were accused of raping a black exotic dancer who performed for them at a team party last spring. The racially charged case continues to make national headlines.

67. Archived Article: Daily Digest - Shelby Center Sells

Shelby Center Sells

for $6.6 Million

EIG Shelby Square LLC has purchased Shelby Center, a shopping center at the northeast corner of Riverdale Road and Shelby Drive, for $6.6 million, according to The Daily News Public R...

68. Archived Article: Multifam (lead) - The Living is Easy Downtown

In Downtown Memphis, the Living is Easy

Myriad housing options bring more residents Downtown

TERRE GORHAM

The Daily News

It wasnt all that long ago that when someone asked, Whats available in Downtown livin...

69. Archived Article: Main (lead) - Ccrfc

Downtown Readies for Blocks Rebirth

Two more historic buildings will offer mix of new uses

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

Last week, an important step was taken in the continued quest to re-establish Downtowns Main Street as a cente...

70. Archived Article: Real Focus - Rate hikes shouldn't slow home sales

Slow Job Growth Helps Keep Rates Low

ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

Although low interest rates have compensated for high unemployment when it comes to fueling new home sales, job growth eventually could ...

71. Archived Article: Marketplace - Pinch District hopes to draw

Pinch District hopes to draw from areas renovated attractions

By ANDREW BELL

The Daily News

B.J. Chester-Tamayo opened her restaurant, Alcenias, at 317 N. Main St., five years ago about the same time the near...

72. Archived Article: Comm Focus - Calvary series reaches out to city, area churches

Calvary series reaches out to city, area churches

By STACEY WIEDOWER

The Daily News

A long list of events, attractions and traditions have contributed to the history and character of Down...

73. Archived Article: Jehovah (lead) - Jehovah Witnesses looking for new fields to plow

Jehovahs Witnesses seeking new fields to plow

By MARY DANDO

The Daily News

One of Memphis landmark cinemas is on the market again.

The Jehovahs Witnesses Assembly Hall, 400 N. Cleveland...

74. Archived Article: Downtown (lead) - By JENNIFER MURLEY Retailers ride wave of home growing By JENNIFER MURLEY The Daily News After a long hiatus, Downtown is re-filling with people, places and things to do. Today, more than 10,000 people call Downtown Memphis home, according to market...

75. Archived Article: Law Focus - Public/private partnership drives Memphis prosperity Public/private partnership drives Memphis prosperity By MARY DANDO In the heated discussions of the pros and cons of spending millions of dollars to bring an NBA team to Memphis, its easy to forge...

76. Archived Article: Landmark (lead) - By JENNIFER MURLEY Landmarks board puts price on preservation By JENNIFER MURLEY The Daily News Memphis Landmarks will conduct a study to weigh the financial impact of historic preservation. Local government organizations, professional real estate g...

77. Archived Article: Jumi's (lead) - Clothing store updates wardrobe with project Clothing store updates wardrobe with project By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News A Downtown business specializing in career apparel will soon be trying on a new suit of its own as renovation continues on its ...

78. Archived Article: Standout (calli) - Stamping a plate License to appeal By STACEY WIEDOWER Special to The Daily News Memphis has a long-standing fascination with the arts and the flurry of activity in the city's newly designated arts district along South Main has contributed to an even...

79. Archived Article: Law Focus - Attorney realizes fathers dream with Downtown purchase Attorney realizes fathers dream with Downtown project By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Larry Rice III shared the dream his father had since the elder Rice opened a law firm Downtown in 1951 to ow...

80. Archived Article: Comm Focus - A little hurts a lot in storm water pollution Contaminants cause storm water catastrophes Antifreeze is essential to cold weather travel, but it also presents a potential problem. Just a few drops of antifreeze spilled on a driveway or street can ha...

81. Archived Article: Y2k Lead - By SUZANNE THOMPSON Prepared for Y2K utility, cities say By SUZANNE THOMPSON The Daily News In spite of what some say will occur as clocks roll over to 2000, officials at municipalities throughout Shelby County say they are ready for whatever the ne...

82. Archived Article: Gov't Focus - South Main Historic District gets booster shot South Main Historic District gets booster shot By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Before long, those traveling down South Main Street wont recognize it. The abandoned buildings and dilapidated facades lini...

83. Archived Article: 3rd Qtr Retail Lj - Retail construction surges in third quarter Retail construction surges in third quarter Big box retailers, Peabody Place drive boom in building for year By LAURIE JOHNSON The Daily News Big-box retailers and Peabody Place were just two of the factor...

84. Archived Article: Gov't (ccrfc) - Redevelopment project Redevelopment project taps South Main building By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News A plan to redevelop a "long neglected" block of South Main Street is one of several projects on the agenda of todays Center City Revenue F...

85. Archived Article: Gov't Bott - DRB considers Sign guidelines could get DRB approval at meeting today By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Sign guidelines developed by the Design Review Board during the past year could be approved today if the regular monthly meeting occurs. Coming off...

86. Archived Article: Club Center Chg - Strip retail center started Strip retail center started on Germantown Parkway By CAMILLE H. GAMBLE The Daily News A local developer has started construction on a 2,800-square-foot strip shopping center at the corner of Germantown Parkway and Club Ce...