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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Council says no to funding SkyCop cameras with MLGW feesstreetlight fees fund, which shows up on customers' utility bills. In addition
Council says no to funding SkyCop cameras with MLGW fees
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 6 days ago
streetlight fees fund, which shows up on customers' utility bills. In addition to Jones, council members Berlin Boyd and Edmund Ford Jr. voted against the ordinance. Council members Frank Colvett Jr., Kemp Conrad, Worth Morgan, Patrice Robinson,... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Residency referendum fails to pass City Councilhave put the issue on the November ballot. WREG’s Jessica Gertler was at the m
Residency referendum fails to pass City Council
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 7 days ago
have put the issue on the November ballot. WREG’s Jessica Gertler was at the meeting and reported only Martavius Jones and Edmund Ford, Jr. voted for the referendum to be placed on the ballot come this fall. However, the City Council did vote to... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis city council rejects new employee residency rulethis will put us a step behind," he said. Voting for the ordinance were Martav
Memphis city council rejects new employee residency rule
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 7 days ago
this will put us a step behind," he said. Voting for the ordinance were Martavius Jones, the sponsor, and council member Edmund Ford Jr. Voting against were Berlin Boyd, Joe Brown, Frank Colvett Jr., Janis Fullilove, Worth Morgan, Bill Morrison,... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana ordinance passes city council committeeMorgan abstained, saying more time is needed to gather information. Those who
Decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana ordinance passes city council committee
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 7 days ago
Morgan abstained, saying more time is needed to gather information. Those who voted to support the ordinance were Edmund Ford, Jr., Jamita Swearengen, Berlin Boyd, Phillip Spinosa and Martavius Jones. The ordinance must still go before... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Marijuana possession ordinance advances in Memphis City Council committeethe ordinance on schedule for a final vote Oct. 4. Voting for the ordinance in
Marijuana possession ordinance advances in Memphis City Council committee
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 7 days ago
the ordinance on schedule for a final vote Oct. 4. Voting for the ordinance in committee were council members Berlin Boyd, Edmund Ford Jr., Martavius Jones, Philip Spinosa Jr. and Jamita Swearengen. Voting against were members Joe Brown and Janis... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Mayor’s office changes media visitation policy at City Hallsome council members are still concerned. "It should have never been implement
Mayor’s office changes media visitation policy at City Hall
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 29 days ago
some council members are still concerned. "It should have never been implemented in the first place," said City Councilman Edmund Ford Jr. On Monday, there was some clarification about how City Council members interact with the media. "You never... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Changes made to new city hall media policy after complaints over accessmedia was at the entrance to see them, all calls were being sent to the office
Changes made to new city hall media policy after complaints over access
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 1 months ago
media was at the entrance to see them, all calls were being sent to the office of the mayor. Council members, including Edmund Ford Jr., said there was no reason for the mayor's office to be involved with those wanting to see them, "There is a... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Council members question visitation policies in City Halllegislative can ask the administration to do and what the administration can as
Council members question visitation policies in City Hall
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 1 months ago
legislative can ask the administration to do and what the administration can ask the legislation to do," said councilman Edmund Ford Jr. Ford believes Strickland's office is crossing that line. On Thursday when WREG went to see Ford security... Read more

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