In August, the city of Memphis made progress in a number of important areas, such as shortening the response times for 911 phone conversations, reducing violence and raising the number of candidates to the Memphis Police Headquarters. Jim Strickland encouraging Memphians to sign up for today's National Voter Registration Day voting. So if you are a high school student interested in a criminal justice background path, the Blue Path programme with the Memphis Police Department may be of interest to you.
From Monday, September 24, the crew will begin a westward expansion of Poplar Avenue from South Yates Road to 450' E at the junction, near the Memorial Park entry. For the third year in a row, the Division of Parks and Neighborhoods received a subsidy from USDA Forest Service and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture for Urban and Community Forestry.
From Tuesday 18 September and Friday 21 September, Warford Street between Jackson Avenue and Chelsea Avenue will be blocked for through traffic from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. to reconstruct the level crossings. Are you interested in a voluntary activity at Memphis Animal Services? Memphis Fire Service has been awarded a subsidy from Safety for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) to finance 66 fire/emergency service posts.
The Ed Rice Community Center is hardly the only urban building that is old and in need of replacing or renovating, which made me think even more this past weekend about the wider contexts of this area. Memphis City Council is inviting proprietors and inhabitants of the suggested de-annexation areas Rocky Point and Southwind-Windyke to an information gathering to debate the de-annexation processes and results.