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1. Radians Files Permit App for Distriplex Warehouse -

JSR Properties LLC, an entity related to Radians Inc., has filed a $1.4 million building permit application with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement for construction of a 36,085-square-foot warehouse addition to an existing Radians facility, according to The Daily News Online, www.memphisdailynews.com.

2. Radians Seeks 8-Year PILOT -

Radians Inc., a Bartlett-based supplier of a line of safety products like protective eyewear, is looking to consolidate its headquarters and distribution functions into one large facility and has applied for a local tax incentive to help it do so.

3. Radians Seeks 8-Year PILOT -

Radians Inc., a Bartlett-based supplier of a line of safety products like protective eyewear, is looking to consolidate its headquarters and distribution functions into one large facility and has applied for a local tax incentive to help it do so.

4. Court Rules for TVA in Pickwick Case -

The Tennessee Valley Authority has won its case in a federal appeals court over allegations it allowed environmental safeguards to be violated at a controversial development on Pickwick Lake, but debate continues about whether the federal agency has been a good steward of the publicly owned land.

5. New Developer Awaits TVA Approval for Pickwick Project -

Mississippi’s Tishomingo County Development Foundation has selected a new developer to take over a Pickwick Lake marina project that that has been mired in environmental problems, a federal lawsuit and defaulted lease payments.

6. Local Developer Mixed Up In Pickwick Dispute -

A once-wooded site that was supposed to be a $4 million, 31-acre marina development on the Mississippi side of Pickwick Lake is now a red clay hill at the center of a federal lawsuit involving a Collierville resident and a contest for control of the Tennessee Valley Authority-owned land.