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VOL. 8 | NO. 50 | Saturday, December 5, 2015

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Liberty Bowl’s $4.8M Upgrade Would Add Seat Backs

The University of Memphis and the Southern Heritage Classic are backing a $4.8 million plan to add 4,000 more seats with backs to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

U of M assistant athletic director Ryan Alpert said Tuesday, Dec. 1, the university is willing to reimburse the city for the cost of the seat conversions.

Alpert made the comment during Tuesday, Dec. 1, Memphis City Council committee sessions at which the plan was presented. The council could vote Dec. 15 on the proposal from councilman Reid Hedgepeth, who played football for the U of M Tigers.

Council members were quick to write Alpert’s assurances into the resolution in the form of an amendment.

Alpert described the project as “pivotal” for the university’s athletic program and its aspirations to move to a Power 5 conference.

There are currently 800 seats with backs in the 58,508-seat stadium. With the addition of 4,000 seat backs, the stadium would lose 1,400 seats in the trade off. ArchitectTom Marshall said because of Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, the conversions aren’t as simple as adding backs to existing bleacher seats.

The U.S. Justice Department and the city negotiated for years on ADA provisions in upgrades to the stadium that resulted in a hard-fought agreement in which the stadium lost seats.

– Bill Dries

Wi-Fi Reaches Memphis Airport’s Cellphone Lot

The Memphis International Airport is now offering Wi-Fi in its cellphone parking lot, where drivers wait for the arrival of incoming passengers before pickup.

The cellphone lot, located to the right of the main drive, has recently received flight information displays with arrival times, improved lighting and landscaping.

The airport provides free, ad-supported and premium Wi-Fi service through Boingo Wireless.

The airport has added many technological improvements inside the terminal this year including new flight and baggage information screens, digital advertising displays and enhanced cellphone data service.

– Madeline Faber

Central Station Lease Approved, Clearing Path to Redevelopment

The Memphis City Council approved Tuesday, Dec. 1, the 99-year lease of Central Station by private developers from the Memphis Area Transit Authority.

The group plans to develop the property – including the train station – into a mixed-use project to include a movie theater, expanded market place, apartments and a hotel.

The council also approved a lease agreement with the Beale Street Tourism Development Authority that paves the way for the authority to take control of the entertainment district – on behalf of the city – in 2016.

The authority votes on the contract at its Dec. 10 meeting. That group also is moving toward hiring a day-to-day district manager with a request for proposal that was issued last month.

The deadline for management companies to apply is Dec. 18. The authority hopes to hire a manager by the end of 2015 or at the start of 2016.

Other council action:

• It approved Tuesday the appointment of outgoing city CAO Jack Sammons to the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority board. Sammons served as chairman of the airport authority board before taking the job as CAO in April.

• It voted down a proposed convenience store and gas station at Third Street and A.W. Willis Avenue after several delays and opposition from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Bridges USA and the Uptown Community Association.

• It approved a retail development on the southwest corner of Broad Avenue and Tillman Street that will be anchored by an animal hospital.

– Bill Dries

Bass Berry’s Downtown Office to Get $2M Makeover

The Downtown Memphis office of Bass, Berry & Sims PLC is about to undergo a $2 million interior renovation.

Contractor Grinder, Taber & Grinder Inc. applied for a building permit with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement. The law firm’s office is in the Peabody Place office tower, 100 Peabody Place.

Nashville-based Bass, Berry & Sims renewed its nearly 30,000-square-foot lease at the Downtown office tower in October after considering a move to East Memphis. The new lease is for 10 more years.

It also comes with new exterior signage for the law firm at the 16-story tower. The lit signs on the north and east sides of the building were approved in November by the Design Review Board of the Downtown Memphis Commission.

Belz Enterprises, which owns and occupies space in the building, also will get a lighted sign.

Belz received approval from DRB for a third sign, which it hopes will help attract another tenant. Peabody Place Tower currently is about 65 percent vacant.

– Bill Dries

Eight Apply For Vacancy In Circuit Court

Eight Shelby County attorneys have applied to be appointed Shelby County Circuit Court Judge by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam.

By the noon Tuesday, Dec. 1, deadline, the following attorneys had applied for the vacancy created by Judge D’Army Bailey’s death in July: Frank Cantrell, Stephen D. Crawley, Lee Ann Pafford Dobson, JoeDae L. Jenkins, Kimbrough Brown Mullins, Valerie Smith, Marc A. Sorin and Robert A. Wampler.

The Governor’s Council for Judicial Appointments meets Jan. 7 in Memphis to interview the applicants and recommend three finalists to Haslam.

– Bill Dries

Coca-Cola Opens $5M Memphis Hub

Wednesday, Dec. 2, marked the grand opening of Coca-Cola Refreshments’ $5 million regional warehouse and distribution center.

The 270,000-square-foot facility is at 3014 Alaska Street in the Southpoint Business Park.

The Memphis Coca-Cola Distribution Center will add 50 jobs with an average salary of $39,913.

In February 2015, the Memphis-Shelby County Economic Development Growth Engine awarded Coca-Cola a 15-year tax break to go toward consolidating operations in Memphis and West Memphis, Ark., into a new local facility.

The Atlanta-based beverage giant will maintain its production operations on Hollywood Street in Memphis and in West Memphis but plans on moving 317 employees from the Hollywood location and another 50 employees from West Memphis to the new distribution center, which will serve the Memphis region.

The 15-year payment-in-lieu-of-taxes freeze would save the company $3.5 million while producing a local tax benefit of $27.3 million over the same period of time, according to EDGE.

– Madeline Faber

Central Station Lease Approved, Clearing Path to Redevelopment

The Memphis City Council approved Tuesday, Dec. 1, the 99-year lease of Central Station by private developers from the Memphis Area Transit Authority.

The group plans to develop the property – including the train station – into a mixed-use project to include a movie theater, expanded market place, apartments and a hotel.

The council also approved a lease agreement with the Beale Street Tourism Development Authority that paves the way for the authority to take control of the entertainment district – on behalf of the city – in 2016.

The authority votes on the contract at its Dec. 10 meeting. That group also is moving toward hiring a day-to-day district manager with a request for proposal that was issued last month.

The deadline for management companies to apply is Dec. 18. The authority hopes to hire a manager by the end of 2015 or at the start of 2016.

Other council action:

• It approved Tuesday the appointment of outgoing city CAO Jack Sammons to the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority board. Sammons served as chairman of the airport authority board before taking the job as CAO in April.

• It voted down a proposed convenience store and gas station at Third Street and A.W. Willis Avenue after several delays and opposition from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Bridges USA and the Uptown Community Association.

• It approved a retail development on the southwest corner of Broad Avenue and Tillman Street that will be anchored by an animal hospital.

– Bill Dries

FedExForum to Get $550,000 Update

Renovations are on the way for the FedExForum.

Montgomery Martin Contractors has applied for a building permit for “interior renovation of existing offices” for the venue at 191 Beale Street. The permit amount is $550,000.

The Grizzlies applied for a $350,000 building permit in June as the beginning of a multi-phase renovation.

Improvements in the first phase – which were complete before the season – included the addition of a new state-of-the-art video and screening room for coaches and players to analyze game and practice footage, renovation of coaches’ offices and new space for front office personnel.

Jason Wexler, the Grizzlies’ president of business operations, said in June that the facilities improvements “represent another step towards creating the best-in-class basketball organization that Robert Pera envisions.”

– Madeline Faber

Memphis-Based V2 Media Acquires Media Source

Two Memphis video production companies have come together via an acquisition.

V2 Media, which has been in the video production business since 1989, has acquired Media Source, a firm that has offered corporate/broadcast video production and media monitoring services since 1994.

The acquisition, according to the companies, “will enable V2 Media to enhance its video production offerings, adding additional bench strength and a fresh creative perspective to its team while allowing clients of both businesses to benefit from the expanded scale and combined resources.”

V2 partners Dusky Norsworthy and Mark Thompson assumed management of Media Source’s operations on Nov. 23, with Media Source founder and president Joe Incardona serving as an outside consultant to assist with the merger.

In addition to video production, V2 offers Web and mobile app design, among other services. Its affiliated company, Behind the Scenes, is a global project management firm specializing in event and meeting management, printing and fulfillment, and multi-media production.

– Daily News staff

Firm Donates Holiday Decor Contest Winnings to St. Jude

The web design and digital marketing agency Unofficial has decided to give away its $1,500 in prize money as the winner of Downtown Memphis Commission Holiday Storefront Decor contest to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The decision to donate its winnings to the hospital was reached from the beginning of the firm’s participation in the contest, when Unofficial co-founder Laura Hunt saw there was a field in the application to participate for who to make the winnings check out to.

Unofficial is a relative newcomer to the Downtown business scene, having moved to 73 Union Ave. from Hernando in May.

– Andy Meek

Gates Foundation to Fund U of M Teacher Prep Program

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has committed to provide $34.7 million over three years to a set of five Teacher Preparation Transformation Centers, including one at the University of Memphis.

The effort by the University of Memphis College of Education is a change in the school’s teacher preparation program.

Each of the centers works on the connection between higher education and school systems to share best practices.

The University of Memphis partners with the U.S. PREP consortium – headed by Texas Tech University – on the transformation center. The other four schools with centers are Southern Methodist University, the University of Houston, Southeastern Louisiana University and Jackson State University. The U of M also will collaborate with the other five universities with centers, said Dr. Ernest Rakow, interim dean of the College of Education.

“The U.S. PREP coalition offers both a system of support and a space to learn from each other as we all strive to enhance our pre-service teacher education programs and prepare teachers who are culturally relevant, classroom ready and prepared to work in the communities the University serves and beyond,” he said.

The Memphis center also is part of an expansion of the school of education’s relationship with Shelby County Schools.

“This collaboration offers great promise as we continue working to ensure every student has access to effective teachers and is prepared for college and career success,” said SCS chief academic officer Heidi Ramirez.

– Bill Dries

FDA Approves Cancer Support Drug With Memphis Ties

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new advanced cancer support drug with local ties to Memphis.

Rolapitant, developed by Tesaro Inc., has been approved by the FDA for the prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV). The drug received approval as a result of three phase III clinical trials led by an international research team that included Dr. Lee Schwartzberg, executive director of West Cancer Center.

Schwartzberg was the lead author on the study, published in the oncology journal “The Lancet Oncology,” which demonstrated a significant reduction in CINV as a result of the introduction of Rolapitant into a medication regimen.

– Andy Meek

Summer Jobs Program Begins Taking Applications

The city of Memphis’ 2016 summer jobs and life skills training programs began taking applications this week.

Participants in the Memphis Ambassadors Program and MPLOY Youth Summer Experience are selected through a lottery drawing in February. Participants in both programs are paid.

The ambassadors program is a year-round life skills program open to high school students during the 2016-17 school year.

MPLOY is a six-week summer jobs program for children and young adults ages 14-21.

Visit cityofmemphisyouth.org for more information on the application process.

– Bill Dries

Pinnacle Adds To Team in Memphis

Pinnacle Financial Partners has added some new local talent to its Memphis ranks.

The Nashville-based bank, which in recent days wrapped its acquisition of Memphis-based Magna Bank, has brought on three veterans of First Tennessee Bank as well as a senior portfolio manager from Metropolitan Bank.

Stacey Fantom and Jenny Thompson are new Pinnacle senior vice presidents and credit advisers from First Tennessee and Metropolitan, respectively. They’re based at Pinnacle’s Memphis headquarters, 6525 N. Quail Hollow Road.

Meanwhile, two additional First Tennessee veterans are also joining Pinnacle’s Quail Hollow team.

Gilland Sanders is a financial adviser assistant in Pinnacle’s client advisory group. And Alan Poindexter is a client service specialist.

– Andy Meek

Memphis School Guide To Debut New Version

A new version of the Memphis School Guide was unveiled Wednesday, Dec. 2, at a reception in the South Main Historic Arts District.

The guide is an online and print resource for parents and families about school options. It includes information on 370 local schools at MemphisSchoolGuide.org.

The new and revised guide is making its debut at the halfway point in the school year, which is a time when parents and school leaders begin making decisions about options for the next academic year.

The updated print guide, called the Memphis School Guide Navigator, is a version of the online guide for parents who do not have online or digital access.

The navigator is sponsored by SchoolSeed, Tennessee Charter School Center, Memphis Association of Independent Schools, Memphis Opportunity Scholarship Trust, Stand for Children Tennessee and StudentsFirst Tennessee.

– Bill Dries

Visible Music College Endowment Reaches $2.5M

Thanks to an anonymous donor, Visible Music College now has a $2.5 million endowment at the Hope Christian Community Foundation, which the college will use to support $200,000 in scholarships annually for students at the Memphis campus.

The endowment comes at a time when the college’s original Memphis campus is celebrating 15 years and looking ahead, with plans in motion for dedicated on-campus student housing. And the news of the endowment follows the sale of 409 S. Main, a property donated to Visible Music College early in 2015.

The $1.2 million in revenue from the sale will help the college fund the $4 million capital campaign for the completion of its downtown Memphis campus with the addition of artist-friendly student studios.

Visible Music College president and founder Ken Steorts said the endowment helps “ensure the security of the scholarship program for the 85 percent of our students who utilize it every year to get here from 50 states and 20 countries, and of course from right here in Memphis.”

– Andy Meek

Lifeblood ‘Bears for Le Bonheur’ Drive Underway

For the next two weeks, Lifeblood donors won’t just be saving lives; they’ll also be giving cuddly comfort to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital patients.

Lifeblood is kicking off the holidays with its third annual “Bears for Le Bonheur” program from Tuesday, Dec. 1, through Dec. 15. For each donor who gives blood or platelets, Lifeblood will give a stuffed bear to a Le Bonheur patient.

Donations may be made at any of Lifeblood’s five neighborhood centers or mobile blood drives, and donors will have an opportunity to sign a tag that will accompany the stuffed bears delivered to patients.

“Together with our donors, we are hoping to reach hundreds of children being treated at Le Bonheur with stuffed animals,” says Jennifer Balink, Lifeblood’s vice president of donor relations, in a statement. “Many patients at Le Bonheur use blood donated by our local donors, and this is just one more way we can bring a little cheer to children during their hospital stay this holiday season.”

Lifeblood, the Memphis region’s only nonprofit volunteer blood center, supplies more than 100,000 units of blood and blood components to area hospitals for patient transfusions each year. However, donations typically drop off during the winter months as donors take time off work and are traveling.

Since “Bears for Le Bonheur” began in 2013, Lifeblood has donated more than 2,000 stuffed animals to Le Bonheur patients. For more information – including a list of mobile blood drives and neighborhood donor centers – or to schedule an appointment, visit lifeblood.org or call 888-LIFEBLOOD.

– Daily News staff

Study Could Lead to New Obesity Treatments

A study led by Dr. Joan C. Han, an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and founding director of the UT-Le Bonheur Pediatric Obesity Program, could lead to new approaches for the prevention and treatment of obesity based on individual genetic characteristics.

The study, funded by the Intramural Research Program of the National Institutes of Health and published in the online issue of the journal “Cell Reports,” identified a natural variation in the brain-derived neurotropic factor gene. Previously linked to obesity, that gene is known to influence the feeling of fullness, thereby regulating appetite.

The genetic variation reduces levels of BDNF, blocking feelings of fullness, and thus may lead to obesity.

The investigators analyzed brain tissue samples from cadavers to identify the variation. They then studied BDNF in four groups of people enrolled in national clinical research studies.

The results confirmed the variation is linked to obesity, and occurs across the population, but tends to occur more frequently in African Americans and Hispanics.

The study authors suggest that boosting BDNF levels may serve as a therapy for those with the genetic variation.

– Andy Meek

Retailer Lansky Bros. Launches New Website

Lansky Bros. has relaunched its website, lanskybros.com, the retailer announced this week.

The updated site – a collaboration between Lansky Bros. and Memphis-based website design and branding agency S2N Design – is meant to provide a more user-friendly experience to the business’s digital audience, allowing visitors to shop a wide variety of products, including clothing, accessories and gifts.

The new site also features the expansion of the private label called Lansky Bros. Clothier to the King.

The site is organized into new product categories, and the design also features Lansky Bros. press, early letters and ads, celebrity sightings and audio/video.

– Andy Meek

Obsidian’s Nonprofit Project Underway for Fifth Year

Obsidian Public Relations has launched its fifth annual PR 180 Project, an annual contest that provides two nonprofits with six months – or about 180 days – of free PR services.

Last year’s recipients were Restore Corps and the Exceptional Foundation of West Tennessee.

After ensuring there are no exclusivity issues or conflicts with current clients, Obsidian will ask the public to vote on the nominated organizations via its Facebook page, facebook.com/ObsidianPR. New this year, the agency also will host voting on its Instagram account, @obsidianpublicrelations.

The five organizations with the most votes will move on to a two-day runoff vote to determine the two winners.

Voting will take place beginning Monday, Dec. 7. Obsidian will tally the votes at the end of the business day on Dec. 9 for the initial vote and Dec. 11 for the final runoff vote.

– Andy Meek

Memphis Zoo Welcomes Baby Francois Langur

The Memphis Zoo’s newest baby is named “Raven,” but you might not guess that by looking at her bright orange head.

The female Francois langur – a type of Asian-native monkey – was born Oct. 27, the zoo announced the week. She resides with mother “Tanah,” father “JayJay” and half-sister “Jean Grey,” and can be seen, weather permitting, in the China exhibit near the zoo’s two giant pandas.

Langur babies are born with orange heads that turn to black as they mature. The adults are known for their distinct appearance; their faces are completely black except for a white stripe stretching from their mouth to their ears. Langurs are fairly small primates: Males typically weigh up to 16 pounds, while females weigh up to 12 pounds.

“Raven” received her name in a tribute to her birthday being near Halloween and also to continue the superhero theme of the names of other langurs previously in the troop, “Vicki Vale,” “Jean Grey” and “Bruce Wayne.”

– Daily News staff

Short Film Festival Set For Hard Rock Next Summer

The On Location: MEMPHIS Film & Music Festival has announced its second annual shorts festival for the summer of 2016.

For the second year in a row, each Tuesday during the month of July shorts from around Memphis and around the world will be screened at the Hard Rock Cafe, 126 Beale St. Four categories make up the program: live action, animation, documentary and the newly added On Location: MEMPHIS live action, which showcases projects from around the Bluff City.

One winner will be chosen from each category for entry into the 17th Annual On Location: MEMPHIS International Film & Music Festival on Labor Day weekend. Prizes will also be presented to each winning entry.

The festival will begin accepting submissions online beginning Dec. 1.

Filmmakers will be notified of their project’s status on or around April 30.

Films do not need to be a premiere but should not have a distribution deal in place. Each project must also be in English with no subtitles, appropriate for all ages and run 25 minutes or less.

– Andy Meek

Eclectic Eye Collecting For Hope House

Eclectic Eye is turning its sights toward helping Hope House this holiday season.

The optometry practice and eyewear boutique is collecting items from the Memphis-based nonprofit’s wish list throughout the month. In addition, for every item donated in December, Eclectic Eye will give $5, up to $500, to the organization.

Hope House, which opened in 1995, is committed to improving the quality of life for HIV-affected individuals and their families by providing high-quality early childhood education and social services. Its wish list – which ranges from kitchen and school supplies to cleaning products and postage stamps – is available at hopehousememphis.org/giving.php.

Eclectic Eye will accept donations at both its locations – the Midtown boutique, at 242 S. Cooper St., and the Collierville boutique, at 3670 S. Houston Levee Road – through Dec. 31.

– Daily News staff

Tampa Developer Buys in Bartlett

Part of a Bartlett commercial center has sold for $1.5 million, according to a Nov. 30 warranty deed.

Senter C. Crook, a trustee of The Crook Trusts, sold the property at 2955 Kate Bond Road to Florida-based HP Sherrill IV LLLP.

According to Florida Uniform Commercial Code filings, the LLLP lists Harrod Chadwick as the registered agent. Chadwick is president of development group Harrod Properties Inc.

The sold parcel of the Bartlett Corporate Park East is 3,515 square feet. In recent years, the bay housed furniture store DirectBuy of Memphis.

– Madeline Faber

Four Tigers Selected To All-AAC Teams

University of Memphis placekicker Jake Elliott, the nation’s leading scorer among kickers, was named the American Athletic Conference’s Special Teams Player of the Year and was one of four Tigers to receive first-team recognition as the league announced all-conference teams Wednesday, Dec. 2.

Also named to The AAC’s first team: Memphis’ all-time, season passing yards leader, Paxton Lynch, along with senior offensive tackle Taylor Fallin and sophomore punterSpencer Smith. Memphis senior tight end Alan Cross was named all-conference honorable mention.

Elliott earned Special Teams Player of the Year recognition for a second straight year and was named to The American’s all-conference first-team for a third straight year. One of the most-called on placekickers in the country, Elliott’s 1.83 field goals made per game ranks sixth in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision.

Last week in the Tigers’ 63-0 shutout win over SMU, Lynch set an NCAA FBS record by completing seven touchdown passes in one half. While he tied four players for the record, Lynch became the first to distribute the seven touchdown passes to seven different receivers.

For the year, Lynch has completed 280-of-406 passes for 3,670 yards and a school-record 28 touchdowns.

Fallin has started 34 games, including 32 over the past three seasons of his career. This year, Fallin has been a part of an offense that set a school record, racking up 6,125 total yards.

Smith has averaged 47.2 yards on 37 punts this season, including 10 downed inside opponents’ 20-yard line. If Smith met the NCAA’s minimum of 3.6 punts per game (44 punts), he would have ranked fourth nationally in punting average.

Cross has caught 24 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns during the 2015 season. With his three touchdown receptions this year, he has added to his school record for most career touchdowns by a tight end and currently has 14.

– Don Wade

Operation Kidsafe Plans Memphis Safety Events

Operation Kidsafe International is aiming to keep Memphis-area children safe with two local events next week.

Families will be able to capture their child’s picture and fingerprints using a digital

video device and a digital inkless fingerprinting unit like ones used by the FBI and Secret Service.

The events are free and private, and none of the collected information is put in a database. Parents take home the only record of the visit – a bio-document that is ready to hand to law enforcement in an emergency. Tips to start a family safety action plan are also included.

Operation Kidsafe’s Memphis-area events will happen Friday, Dec. 11, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Nuber YMCA, 5885 Quince Road, and Saturday, Dec. 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Olive Branch YMCA, 8555 Goodman Road.

For more information, visit operationkidsafe.org or call 901-321-7691.

– Daily News staff

Little Fixins Kitchen Opens At Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum of Memphis recently opened its new Little Fixins Kitchen. Sponsored by Premier Countertops, the exhibit is built to look like a real kitchen – only smaller.

The little kitchen includes quartz countertops, counter lighting from The Lighting Source, lit double ovens, wooden cabinetry and sinks and tile from Quantum Showrooms with blue lighting and water sounds.

“We wanted it to be as realistic as possible and to be able to use it not just for play, but for teaching purposes as well,” said Children’s Museum CEO Dick Hackett.

Admission to the kitchen is included in the museum admission price. The Children’s Museum of Memphis is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

– Don Wade

Memphis Zoo SunTrust Zoo Lights Nominated Among Nation’s Best

The Memphis Zoo’s SunTrust Zoo Lights has been nominated by USA Today and 10Best as one of the best holiday zoo light displays in the country.

Online public voting will determine the winners in the contest. To vote, visit www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-zoo-lights/zoo-lights-at-the-memphis-zoo-memphis.

The rules stipulate participants can vote once per day until Dec. 21. The winner will be announced Christmas Day on 10Best and later in USA Today.

– Andy Meek

RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 57 280 1,209
MORTGAGES 55 244 916
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 8 52 151
BUILDING PERMITS 158 699 2,751
BANKRUPTCIES 37 157 618
BUSINESS LICENSES 12 77 276
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 0 0 0
MARRIAGE LICENSES 0 0 0