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    Mayor-elect Jim Strickland got an earful from several committees about how and what need to be the priorities of his new administration

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    Mayor Jim Strickland joins the Informed Sources to discuss the year ahead in his first public sit-down TV interview

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    The duo said it was time for the city and county to get its fair due from the state, and that meant providing state legislators with an outline of some of Memphis' and Shelby County's joint priorities for state investment and upcoming legislation

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    We go one-on-one with new Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland about his plans for the city

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    The week culminated with the unexpected announcement from Police Director Toney Armstrong that he's leaving sooner than expected

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    Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell will be a guest in the first lady's box, and newly elected Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland is going as a guest of Congressman Steve Cohen

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    The new mayor also told WREG his office is just days away from entering into a contract with a search firm who will help them find a permanent police director

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    They met to discuss zoo parking in light of the zoo's controversial removal of 27 trees from the Greensward area of Overton Park

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    New effort to reduce blight and litter

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    "I hope a lack of money is not a reason we can't do particular things. Go ahead and get this done," City Councilman Edmund Ford said

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    Mayor Jim Strickland, who campaigned on fighting crime and transparency, walked away when WREG tried to ask him about the latest rapes

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    Joanne Massey has been hired as the director of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development

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    He said his administration is focused on addressing this issue

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    Mayor Jim Strickland says the plan to fight crime will take time

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    The city's growing murder rate has many demanding something must be done

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    The bill passed the House Monday and is now headed to the Senate floor where it could be voted on as early as Thursday

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    Today is Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland's 100th day in office

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    He said his priorities are public safety, pensions and paving streets

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    The budget banks on an extra $9 million with 70 percent being funneled into public safety, with raises for police and firefighters

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    He's only been in the job a little more than four months, but he's already discovering many challenges of the position

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