since the county's version failed, the city will probably drop the effort.
The argument the businesses have is that is too easy to claim you have had your wages stolen and that businesses would be constantly in court and hiring lawyers to defend frivolous claims from every disgruntled ex employee.
Not saying I agree, just saying.
Currently there is $2 Billion in the pension plan rather than $2 Million as the article stated.
I hear it includes an underground retention basin to help with the Midtown flooding of Lick Creek. Great idea....solves two problems at once!!
hey Bruce, throw in a few congressmen, and you got a deal
Awb001, did you forget to take your medication today?
I am not sure I understand all the griping.....the bonds will be paid back by the revenues/taxes generated in the tourism zone, not the taxpayer's money. Its kinda like Fedex Forum......no Memphian has paid for that yet....unless you rent hotel rooms here. Grow up and quit your bitchin'.
What happened to Tommy V??
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