VOL. 122 | NO. 231 | Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Whether they'll have more success reaching consensus remains to be seen
When a Memphis City Council committee voted recently to put off a discussion on updating the city's outdated, loophole-filled sign and billboard ordinance, it was perhaps a reminder of the following: Some things never change.
Dick Tarr recently enjoyed a leisurely dinner with William Mihalko, a young orthopedic surgeon from the University of Virginia. Tarr was more than a host - he was also selling Mihalko on the idea of moving to Memphis.
Earlier this year, Cohn received the Senior Real Estate Specialist designation from the National Association of Realtors
Shelby County Commissioners this week put in place the final piece of the structure for a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) plan for the University of Memphis area.
The plat has been recorded and the first two builders have signed on. Now the developers of Oakland Cross Creek need the housing market to rebound after a dismal year.
Book signings can be similar to political events, with a lot of handshaking, posing for pictures, signing autographs, usually a brief talk - and money is involved.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court was scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday in a case that could give Medtronic Inc. and other medical device makers greater protection from multimillion-dollar product liability lawsuits.