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In today’s Weekly Update, Mayor Strickland goes into more detail on a new program launched this week by the DA’s office that could have an impact in our community’s continued fight against violent crime.
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City of Memphis offices, including the Lichterman Nature Center, Memphis Animal Services, libraries, community centers, and aquatic centers, will be closed in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, Jan. 15.
The City will resume normal business hours Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Residents who receive garbage and recycling collections by City crews or its contractor on Mondays should place their cart curbside Tuesday, Jan. 16. All customers will have their collections delayed by one day all week. Friday customers will be serviced Saturday. Customers are advised to have their carts curbside by 7 a.m. on their scheduled collection day.
Holiday closures will not affect the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Fire Services. The Pink Place Museum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday.
Division of Public Works employees are preparing for the forecast of frozen precipitation in Memphis overnight. If and when the city starts receiving any frozen precipitation, Public Works will deploy up to 12 trucks to spread sand and salt as part of its de-icing operation. The city has over 8,000 tons of salt and sand mixture on hand for winter weather events.
Due to the amount of rain expected before the snow event, no brine will be used to pre-treat roads.
Public Works intends to provide practical and safe transportation routes that best suits the needs of the public during winter storms.
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In an effort to reduce confusion, the Thanksgiving holiday week Solid Waste schedule for city crews is changing from recent years.
Garbage and recycle collections will run as normal for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for city customers. However, Thursday and Friday customers will receive collections on Saturday, Nov. 25. Customers are advised to have their cart curbside by 7 a.m. on that day.
Customers serviced by the contractor Inland Waste Solutions will also have normal garbage and recycle collections on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday customers will receive collections on Friday, Nov. 24. Friday customers will receive collections on Saturday, Nov. 25. Customers are advised to have their cart curbside by 7 a.m. on those days.
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Join us for our Quarterly Meeting at Balmoral Baptist Church @ the corner of Kirby Parkway and Stout Rd.
We will honor our local Police Officers & Firefighters
(Catered by Leonard’s BBQ)
$5.00 for adults, $3.00 children and a max of $15.00 for families.
Non – Association Members
$10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children with the cap at $25 for nonmember families.
**Meeting time has been changed to 6:30 PM**
Councilwoman Swearengen and Mayor Strickland would like to invite you to their Informational Meeting on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Mt. Pisgah CME Church located 2490 Park Avenue Memphis, TN 38114. Representatives from the City of Memphis will be available to answer your questions about city services including Police, Fire, Public Works, Engineering, Workforce Investment Network, and Parks.
Councilman Edmund Ford Jr. and Councilman Frank Colvett are excited to announce that they will be hosting a meeting to inform constituents as well as concerned citizens about the potential West Tennessee Veterans Home. The meeting will begin at 3:00 pm on Monday, October 23, 2017 in the City Council Conference Room located on the Fifth floor of City Hall at 125 N. Main Memphis, TN 38103.
This meeting will address potential plans for the construction of a second Veterans’ Home in this area. West Tennessee (as defined by the three major counties of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton) is host to the largest Veterans population in the state of Tennessee. Yet, these same Veterans have to travel outside the region for care. It is the Councilmen’s desire to end this terrible situation with much needed and proper care.
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) –
Data from Memphis Police Department shows the Skycop camera program is working.
Tuesday, police officials told a city council committee that a review of the first 90 days of the program found crime went down in five of seven districts, including a dramatic decrease in some.
Crime was down nearly 41 percent in the Raleigh area and 70 percent in Hickory Hill.
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