TWO BIRDS IN THE BUSH... 

TWO BIRDS IN THE BUSH...

Are better than one in the hand. No, that s not right. A bird in the bush ... aw, to hell with it. Memphis developers started getting nervous when they discovered that Shelby County mayor A.C. Wharton was thinking about a freeze on neighborhood development. After all, new neighborhoods mean new roads, new schools, and new hospitals, all things the strapped-for-cash county just can t afford right now. Memphis developer John Duke told one news station that such a freeze on building would only hurt the county in the long run. And we all know that developers are only concerned with the long-term needs of the community, right?

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