Blight Fighters 

Memphis leaders and residents are finding new ways to deal with more than 8,000 vacant, deteriorated properties across the city.

When Andrew McGill and his partner moved from the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina, they settled on a quiet, tree-lined street in a historic Memphis neighborhood. It didn't take long for them to notice several properties with overgrown yards, missing windows, large…

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