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Legal wrangling on the Greensward parking issue re-surfaced Tuesday as Memphis City Council member Berlin Boyd accused the Overton Park Conservancy (OPC) of being behind the open meetings lawsuit filed in April and threatened to pull the organization’s city funding.
An ordinance to decriminalize marijuana possession will get a full vote by the Memphis City Council in two weeks and it will come with a favorable recommendation from the council’s Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee.
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State Democratic Party chair Mary Mancini has, in the wake of the dispute between the TNDP and the Shelby County Democratic Party over the correct procedures for dealing with ousted former SCDP chairman Bryan Carson, officially decertified the local party.
As it turns out, the political Dog Days have a modest amount of woof to them. E.g., Friday, August 26, will see the unveiling of a monument to Tennessee’s ratification of the 19th or Women’s Suffrage Amendment.
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Jun Lee says the original plan was to open the second DWJ Korean Barbecue in Oxford, but then real estate agent Robert Taylor turned Lee on to the old Greencork space in Cooper-Young.
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