Topsy-Turvy 

City and county governments have changed places on tax-rate stability.

As the calendar tipped into June, both Memphis city government and Shelby County government were confronting the budget abyss. And it surely looked as if the county had a prefabricated thoroughfare ready to traverse that canyon, while the city didn’t even have…

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