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Re: “Kelley Anderson & the Crystal Shrine Play Shangri-La's 30th Anniversary

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Posted by timothy nigel on 02/15/2019 at 9:16 PM

Re: “CBD is Legal: Does It Work? Is It Safe?

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Posted by gracia xavi on 02/15/2019 at 4:59 PM

Re: “Statue Removal Process Sets Wrong Precedent

towboat, you've never been inside the Brooks have you?

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Posted by crackoamerican on 02/13/2019 at 3:21 PM

Re: “MLGW Explains Need for Rate Increases, Infrastructure Improvements

follow the money

Posted by crackoamerican on 02/13/2019 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Statue Removal Process Sets Wrong Precedent

Barfolomew,since the Brooks Art Museum is moving out of its current building,what do you say to moving the statues of Nathan Bedford Forrest and Jefferson Davis to that location and open "The Tennessee Museum of Confederate History"?
People who want the statues from our past removed always say "Put them in museums..." so here's a good chance to do just that,right?

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Posted by towboatman on 02/13/2019 at 12:59 PM

Re: “MLGW Explains Need for Rate Increases, Infrastructure Improvements

"Boyd, echoed by Canale, pushed the idea of MLGW switching from TVA as a power source to a cheaper option or for TVA to lower its prices to become more competitive."

These guys are living in La-La Land.

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Posted by Bakerspond on 02/13/2019 at 10:48 AM

Re: “MLGW Explains Need for Rate Increases, Infrastructure Improvements

Does anybody remember Enron!!! With there unnecessary roaming blackouts and threats of interrupted service just too charge more.

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Posted by Ameil Harris on 02/13/2019 at 9:54 AM

Re: “FedEx Wants $2M Grant for Downtown Move

Excellent piece, especially the update.

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Posted by Tony de Velasco on 02/13/2019 at 12:35 AM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

Cuz cracko, not exactly La Dolce Vita, well kinda, but they couldn't finish off at Earl's Hot Biscuits.

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Posted by crackoamerican on 02/12/2019 at 10:50 PM

Re: “What’s the Matter With Memphis? Time to Reconsider PILOTS

"we can't get by on our charm and good looks alone; to get the big boys to notice us, we've got to put out."

Although we may have some charm, we are not that good looking. That is why we not only have to put out, but have to do some other freaky stuff to compete against prettier cities. We are so happy that someone shows us some attention that we accept the abuse and lies, just so we can say that we have someone.

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Posted by Michael1 on 02/12/2019 at 8:20 PM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

barf and cracko,
You'd have to expect that an old man who loved cavorting drunkenly with beautiful women in the vanished yellow brick fountains of Main Street post 3 am would view anything subsequent, grumpingly.
I defer to you.
But I got to wonder if 40 or so years from now if some old fart will wax nostalgic about the riverfront park that once was and question if the designer hologram over the trickle of 2060 is as grand as the river once was.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/12/2019 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

For example, SCAPE is one of the members of the design team. Their portfolio includes design and implementation of projects that create new community amenities while also serving to mitigate the impact of storm surge and flooding.

What grinds my gears is when people like Tabor deride an idea or plan even though they admit that they have not thoroughly reviewed it. Based on Colettas rebuttals, it appears that most (if not all) of Tabors comments were apparently based on misperceptions or ignorance. Did he bother to ask the MRPP questions before commenting? If not, then he is showing a bit of a bias or a lack of understanding.

In the end its a city park and all residents should have equal voice in deciding whether its design should kowtow to the desires of Tabors special interest (lobbyist) organization or an event that actively uses the space for 3% of the year. I wonder if that is why MRPP decided to share the plan directly with the public without giving Tabor a special audience.

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Posted by barfolomew on 02/12/2019 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

Just because something was built does not mean that any licensed professionals were involved in the design. A lot of the built landscape is created by developers who use the services of unlicensed "designers". Many places do not require the designers of single family homes (beach or inland) to be licensed in any way. In many cases,the contractor is the only person in the process required to have a license.
RE: Main Street, you're talking way before my time. I do know that there were professionals warning cities of the folly of such approaches.

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Posted by barfolomew on 02/12/2019 at 2:12 PM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

I dunno barf, we recently drove thru Mexico Beach FLA, and have toured development on landfill in San Francisco. Some of the family keeps rebuilding on the Jersey shore. Designers and developers were all qualified. We are all are prone to dance with who brung us to the party.
Say do you remember those fountains up and down Main in the 70's?

Posted by crackoamerican on 02/12/2019 at 1:49 PM

Re: “What’s the Matter With Memphis? Time to Reconsider PILOTS

That said, I am very skeptical of the practice of awarding incentives to employers who simply seek to move around within the region. Deck chairs on the Titanic comes to mind.

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Posted by barfolomew on 02/12/2019 at 1:45 PM

Re: “FedEx Wants $2M Grant for Downtown Move

This is a real negative take, and neglects to mention that there are FedEx Logistics positions currently located elsewhere in the country (Tonawanda NY for example) that will be relocated here to Memphis.

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Posted by Pedro1 on 02/12/2019 at 12:40 PM

Re: “What’s the Matter With Memphis? Time to Reconsider PILOTS

Herbert- Too true. But the same market issues you just mentioned also highlight why such projects are not the norm here. Memphis is simply too poor to afford projects that might actually transform the urban environment in a significant way without some form of public support. Grit and grind may be great for those that are here, but they are far less appealing to a recent college grad who is inclined to select a destination before they begin searching for a job. We continue to struggle recruiting talent to Memphis because these same individuals can easily go somewhere else which is directly related to the topic at hand. Just as talented individuals have choices when it comes to where they want to live, desired employers also have choices. The locally high crime rate, poor public schools (even the muni's are blah compared to other regions), mediocre universities, a lackluster surrounding region (the Delta is dying) and unremarkable quality of life all deter potential residents and employers. So far, the only approach Memphis has taken to leveling the playing field is via PILOTS and incentives. There are other paths, but no one should be under the false impression that Memphis is competitive for the types of higher paying jobs and higher quality development everyone wants to see here.

Posted by barfolomew on 02/12/2019 at 10:51 AM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

Crack-
You do not have to be local to understand the issues involved with designing within a flood zone. After all, the nation is replete with high velocity flood zones. I would suggest doing more to understand the qualifications of those involved in the process. I do wonder whether they expected to encounter such small minded, "they ain't from round these parts" mentality while in Memphis.

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Posted by barfolomew on 02/12/2019 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

It's not an insignificant consideration that MIM uses that park for 4 weeks out of the year. Those 4 weeks bring a lot of people, money, and exposure, and fun to Memphis every year. If the proposal cannot accommodate that use, then it should be "re-imagined" so that it will.

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Posted by Bakerspond on 02/12/2019 at 9:26 AM

Re: “Tom Lee Park Re-Design Sparks Concern for Memphis In May, Tourism

Strait Shooter, one concern about design firms from NYC or wherever is that they may not understand the fallacies of building in a flood zone, All the designer shrubbery will be adoring some casino down river after one good wet May in Memphis.

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Posted by crackoamerican on 02/12/2019 at 8:59 AM

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