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Commonly asked questions about potholes

Public Works crews fill approximately 55,000 potholes annually. We’ve gotten several questions about potholes so we thought we’d share answers to some commonly asked questions.
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Part of Princeton Avenue to close to traffic

Beginning Friday, January 17 at 7 a.m., Princeton Avenue between Tillman Street and Glankler Street, will be closed to through traffic to allow crews to perform full depth roadway reconstruction work.
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A New Decade of Promise and Opportunity

Four years ago, on this very day, I was sworn-in as your mayor. As it was then, and has been every day since—it is the honor of my professional life.
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City of Memphis considering new parking solution for Memphis Zoo

The City, with the agreement and support of partners Memphis Zoo and Overton Park Conservancy, announced today that it is pausing further work on the parking solution at Overton Park to consider a promising new structured parking solution that could result in no or minimal lost green space.
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Part of Patterson Street to close for construction

Beginning Tuesday, December 17, at 7 a.m., and lasting for about two weeks, Patterson Street between Walker Avenue and Midland Avenue will be intermittently reduced to one lane with flagger personnel controlling the direction of traffic flow.
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Tom Lee Park mediation concludes

As you may recall, earlier this year, I asked the Memphis River Parks Partnership (MRPP) and Memphis in May (MiM) to enter mediation to resolve their differences on how we improve Tom Lee Park.
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Just One Youth (JOY) campaign

The City of Memphis Office of Youth Services (MOYS) is asking individuals and businesses to contribute to help thousands of youth to be employed through its MPLOY Youth Summer Experience program.
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International Blues Challenge

Beale Street
Blues bands, solo, and duo acts are judged during performances by Blues professionals from around the world.
https://blues.org/international-blues-challenge/
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