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Memphis Fire accepting applications for recruits

“Be disciplined, respectful, physically fit, have integrity and a heart to serve.” These are the qualities Chief Hope Lloyd of the Memphis Fire Department says she wants to see in new recruits.
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How to e-scoot safely and respectfully, Memphis

The City of Memphis is in the midst of an expansion to its Shared Mobility Program. Over the next couple months, residents should expect to see an increase in the number of e-scooters around town.
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City utilizing new technology to detect potholes and blight

The City of Memphis is utilizing new technology to help detect potholes and blight in the community. By collaborating with Google and SpringML, this technology is expected to significantly reduce claim costs for pothole damage, and create safer streets and neighborhoods.
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Tennis Memphis receives grant for Play Tennis, Family Play Day

Tennis Memphis plans to host Play Tennis, Memphis! Family Play Day on Saturday, August 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will offer Memphians the chance to play tennis and receive instruction at six tennis centers free of charge.
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Calendar Year 2019
Lane Miles Paved*

*paving season started March 2019

Interactive Paving Map

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Wolf River Conservancy Summer Lecture Series

Memphis Botanic Garden
6:30 PM
Tuesday, August 20 -- Hidden Rivers, a new film about the rivers and underwater life of Tennessee

All lectures begin at 6:30 p.m. at Memphis Botanic Garden and are free to members of the Wolf River Conservancy and Memphis Botanic Garden. $5 admission for non-members supports environmental education programming for both organizations.
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