Recycling in Memphis? Kinda, sort of. 

Last September, after returning from the Democratic National Convention, council member Barbara Swearengen Ware noticed something about Memphis. "After spending a few days in Denver, I see now that we don't have a big emphasis on recycling," she said at the time. "It's obvious to me that we have not done a comprehensive job on recycling ..."

Mary Cashiola restrains herself from writing "duh" in her In the Bluff column.


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