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1. Group Weighs Schools Logistics -

The city charter requires Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division to provide water to the Memphis City Schools system at no charge.

When MCS consolidates with the Shelby County Schools system in 2013, the merged system may have to pay a water bill as well as electric and gas bills. Or the free water may flow to the former county schools as well.

2. Commissioners Fail to Approve Redistricting Plan -

Shelby County Commissioners will try again Monday, Dec. 19, to give final approval to a new set of district lines for the 13-member body.

At a special meeting Wednesday, Dec. 14, a new set of district lines that would keep but tweak the current five-district setup won approval on the second of three readings. But it did not appear to have the two-thirds majority – or nine votes – needed to pass next week.

3. Commissioners Fail to Approve Redistricting Plan -

Shelby County Commissioners will try again Monday, Dec. 19, to give final approval to a new set of district lines for the 13-member body.

At a special meeting Wednesday, Dec. 14, a new set of district lines that would keep but tweak the current five-district setup won approval on the second of three readings. But it did not appear to have the two-thirds majority – or nine votes – needed to pass next week.

4. Lobbyists Increase Efforts To Blunt Payday Ordinance -

Over the past couple of weeks, Shelby County Board of Commissioners member Mike Carpenter has met privately with at least six representatives of two high-powered lobbying firms that are working to counter a proposed local zoning ordinance.

5. Payday Lenders Grouse About Proposed Ordinance -

Lobbyists representing check-cashing businesses, payday lenders and auto title loan shops are meeting with Memphis and Shelby County lawmakers to voice their concerns over a proposed zoning ordinance designed to curb their growth.

6. Experts Explain Movement of Crime -

The crescent has moved, according to maps and charts the Memphis City Council examined this week.

The crescent symbolizes the city’s highest crime areas, according to police statistics that coincide with maps showing the parts of the city where foreclosures are frequent, poverty is prevalent and dense low-income apartment complexes as well as lots of poorly maintained rental housing are situated.

7. Council to Discuss Police Residency Requirement -

The Memphis City Council today will vote on a new residency requirement for the Memphis Police Department.

The proposal by council member Harold Collins would permit the department to hire officers who live outside of Shelby County. But it would require those officers to have $1,200 a year deducted from their paychecks as a way of making up for the city property taxes they wouldn’t pay by living outside Memphis.

8. Brittenum, Brenner Recommended for MLGW Board -

Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton has recommended Dedrick Brittenum and Henry Brenner for appointment to the Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division Board of Commissioners.

Brittenum, a former Memphis City Council member, is an attorney at Farris Mathews Branan Bobango Hellen & Dunlap PLC. Brenner is director of corporate and community relations at Christian Brothers University.

9. Herenton To Take Oath Tuesday -

Mayor Willie Herenton will kick off his fifth term in office Tuesday.

Herenton and all 13 Memphis City Council members elected this year will begin new four-year terms by taking their respective oaths of office at noon at The Cannon Center for the Performing Arts. U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., will be the featured speaker.

10. Moving Day Approaches For Nine Council Members -

Nine Memphis City Council members will begin a transition starting next week. Their pictures will go from one side of the City Council chambers at City Hall to the other side.

The nine are leaving the council in what is the largest turnover of seats in the 40-year history of the 13-member body. Current council members have their pictures on the wall on one side of the chamber. The portraits of former council members line the wall on the other side.

11. Fairgrounds Redevelopment Now In Three Flavors -

Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton this week unveiled to the City Council three options for redeveloping the Mid-South Fairgrounds.

Herenton told council members the fate of Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium will depend on a pending decision from the U.S. Department of Justice about what improvements the city must make to the stadium to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

12. Billboard Regulations Punted to Incoming Council Members -

When a Memphis City Council committee voted recently to put off a discussion on updating the city's outdated, loophole-filled sign and billboard ordinance, it was perhaps a reminder of the following: Some things never change.

13. Council Hustles On Tying Loose Ends -

Memphis City Council members, most of them leaving office with the New Year, took several steps this week toward shaping the four-year term of their successors as well as the fifth term of Mayor Willie Herenton.

14. Council Passes Buck On 'Disgusting' Warehouse Proposal -

A familiar and decidedly unwelcome name confronted City Council members on Tuesday's agenda. And the council reacted by sending the project for a warehouse near Memphis International Airport back to the Land Use Control Board (LUCB).

15. Toothsome Ethics Ordinances to Sharpen by Year-End -

Shelby County government hasn't printed the forms that are a basic part of its new ethics ordinance. Memphis City Council members are still debating what could be the final piece of the city's ethics array.

16. Meeting AddressesCity's Need for Paramedics -      An informational meeting addressing the city of Memphis' need for paramedics will be held Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Glenview Community Center at 1141 S. Barksdale St.
     Among t

17. City Council Races Overflow With 83 Candidates Filing -

It's the year of the open seat on the Memphis City Council.

With seven incumbents not running for re-election and the resignation last month of an eighth, it is already the biggest turnover of council seats in the 40-year history of the mayor-council form of government.

18. Things Go From Hot To Smoking Hot In Election Contests -

With one week to the filing deadline for the Oct. 4 Memphis city elections, 124 citizens have thought seriously enough about running for the 15 offices on the ballot to check out qualifying petitions. Nearly 40 had filed by the end of the first week.

19. Hooper Takes Peete's Council Seat - At Least for Now -

The newest member of the Memphis City Council has had plenty of experience handling politicians. Henry Hooper is a retired Secret Service agent assigned to protect four U.S. presidents during his tenure.

20. City Ethics Ordinance Comes Into Play -

The Memphis City Council has an ethics ordinance ahead of the July 1 deadline set by state law for city and county governments across Tennessee.

But the council's prolonged debate over when and how to regulate the ethics of city officials promises to continue.

21. Super-Terminal Dream Still Alive -

It wasn't just one wakeup call that inspired Memphis City Council member Dedrick Brittenum Jr. to revisit the concept of a rail "super terminal" at Frank C. Pidgeon Industrial Park.

No, wakeup calls occur every night when trains rumble past his Midtown home.

22. Flights of Fancy -

Thirty years ago, the municipal governments of Memphis and Shelby County launched the Center City Commission to kick start the revitalization of Downtown Memphis.

Within the following two years, The Pier restaurant opened, a package of incentives was crafted to aid the renovation of The Peabody Hotel and the second phase of The Orpheum Theatre renovation was finished. And today, far removed from the ghost town it used to be, Downtown is the site of more than $3 billion in development projects the CCC is coordinating.

23. Self-Appointed Watchdog Posts Campaign Contributions To Web Site -

The words of FBI special agent My Harrison at a press conference about the latest public corruption scandal in Memphis resonated with the force of a shotgun blast.

"Tap, tap, tap - you never know where we're going to be," Harrison said on Nov. 30, the day two Memphis City Council members were implicated in a bribery scandal. The multi-agency investigation that triggered the press conference, "Main Street Sweeper," is continuing, she added.

24. Sign of the Times? A new $1 million digital billboard along I-40 will be first of its kind -

Right at the spot where frustrated Memphis drivers sit in the usual morning gridlock on the north loop of Interstate 40, businessman Randall Swaney has laid claim to what he sees as a prime billboard site.

25. Cooper-Young Enclave Embraces New Mini Police Precinct -

The hustle and bustle that's visible inside 937 Cooper St. - where former Overton Square tenant Square Foods will be re-launched later this month - is one example of how popular the Cooper-Young neighborhood continues to be among businesses, as well as residents, shoppers and casual visitors.

26. Ground-Breaking HeraldsMore Growth in Cooper-Young - The Cooper-Young Development Corp. will break ground on an eight-home project at noon Monday at the corner of Seattle Street and Felix Avenue, just west of McLean Boulevard.
The CYDC will be building the eight houses along Seattle Street in the

27. Events -

The Memphis Regional Chamber presents a breakfast forum today from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Memphis Marriott East, 2625 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Cost is $15 for members and $25 for non-members. Call 543-3571.

28. Events -

The Rotary Club of Memphis East holds a luncheon meeting today from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of The Peabody Hotel, 149 Union Ave. FedEx chairman and CEO Frederick W. Smith will be the keynote speaker. Tickets are $35 per person and $300 per table. Call Lee Hughes at 754-1615.

29. Archived Article: Opd (lead) - Attorney Dedrick Brittenum Jr LUCB rejects lodging house request By SUE PEASE The Daily News In a case of should one request be allowed, the floodgates could open, the Memphis and Shelby County Land Use Control Board rejected Thursday a request from...

30. Archived Article: Focus2 - Bar association committee announces nominees Bar association committee announces nominees Prince C. Chambliss Jr., president of the Memphis Bar Association, has released the report of its nominations and elections committee chaired by Max Shelton. T...