Tired of TIFs 

Projects like the proposed Heritage Trail are a fiscal road to nowhere.

We need to have more transparency and debate around the future of tax increment financing (TIF) districts in Memphis and Shelby County. This broader discussion is needed because recent data from Illinois confirms that TIFs — which commit long-term tax revenues to…

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