There was a big crowd also at the Library for the Sierra Club's "Memphis Mayor and City Council Candidates Open House. 50+ candidates and 120+ residents were there to "meet & greet". Very positive feedback from all. "Thanks for having the event. It was very good to talk with so many members of the public, and to hear their comments and concerns," was repeated by many candidates. Photos to be published soon at facebook.com/Chickasaw.Group or at https://goo.gl/9MkGcH
Thank you Hannah for the article.
I echo all of Scott's comments.
The Sierra Club's page on the study is at:
The report itself is at:
I encourage all residents of Memphis, Shelby County, and the entire region to think in terms of road projects and transit projects which enhance the regional economy and strengthen the core city, and NOT projects which continue to subsidize an automobile-dependent economy, and encourage development ever further away. To say nothing of air pollution and CO2 emission impacts.
I also ask, what happens if gasoline prices double or triple?
By Chris Shaw
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