VOL. 121 | NO. 21 | Friday, January 20, 2006
Small town's growing business community pinpoints it as hotspot
So much new commercial development is pouring into Fayette County that in the town of Oakland, it reminds Myles Leifer of Noah's ark.
"I want to do what is right and fair," said Memphis City Council member TaJuan Stout Mitchell as the council's Personnel & Intergovernmental Committee reviewed figures this week showing about 30 city employees earn less than $10 an hour.
Dr. Teresa A. Hartnett, director of planning and research in the Office of Academic Affairs at the University of Memphis, recently assumed responsibility for the university's Center for International Programs and Services.