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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Changes to proposed city budget could affect police vehiclesMay 24, 2016 - City Council District 6 councilman, Edmund Ford, Jr., listens du
Changes to proposed city budget could affect police vehicles
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 2 days ago
May 24, 2016 - City Council District 6 councilman, Edmund Ford, Jr., listens during the start of a city council budget meeting. Members spent the meeting figuring out what the amended version of the budget will look like before taking the budget to a... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Changes to proposed city budget could affect police vehiclesMay 24, 2016 - City Council District 6 councilman, Edmund Ford, Jr., listens du
Changes to proposed city budget could affect police vehicles
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 2 days ago
May 24, 2016 - City Council District 6 councilman, Edmund Ford, Jr., listens during the start of a city council budget meeting. Members spent the meeting figuring out what the amended version of the budget will look like before taking the budget to a... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Victims’ families hit with pricey funeral costs after homicideswhich not every crime victim is so lucky to have. "I'm in the business. I bury
Victims’ families hit with pricey funeral costs after homicides
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 2 days ago
which not every crime victim is so lucky to have. "I'm in the business. I bury them. I hate to see them that way," Edmund Ford Sr. said. Ford knows funerals can be pricey. In the Mid-South, the National Funeral Directors Association said... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Two-Minute Warningcan ask that the nice (but nonetheless tough and totally armed) sergeant-at-arm
Two-Minute Warning
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 8 days ago
can ask that the nice (but nonetheless tough and totally armed) sergeant-at-arms see you to the door. Council member Edmund Ford Jr. convened and led a committee to form the new rules. Questions about some of the council's processes arose in... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
City settles contracts with three bargaining unitscommittee schedule for the three remaining units: Thursday at 3:30 p.m.: IUOE
City settles contracts with three bargaining units
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 8 days ago
committee schedule for the three remaining units: Thursday at 3:30 p.m.: IUOE Heavy Equipment Operators. Council members Edmund Ford Jr., Kemp Conrad and Berlin Boyd. Friday at 8:30 a.m.: AFSCME Survey Service Center. Council members: Worth... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis council members seek ‘equity’ on city contractsThe council's deadline to approve a budget is the end of June. So far, the cou
Memphis council members seek ‘equity’ on city contracts
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 9 days ago
The council's deadline to approve a budget is the end of June. So far, the council has found $922,750 in savings, which Budget Committee chairman Edmund Ford Jr. speculated could translate into a small tax decrease or more funding for city progr... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
City wins first of weeklong impasse decisions with unionsCouncil members: Colvett, Joe Brown and Jones. Thursday at 3:30 p.m.: IUOE Hea
City wins first of weeklong impasse decisions with unions
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 10 days ago
Council members: Colvett, Joe Brown and Jones. Thursday at 3:30 p.m.: IUOE Heavy Equipment Operators. Council members Edmund Ford Jr., Kemp Conrad and Boyd. Friday at 8:30 a.m.: AFSCME Survey Service Center. Council members: Morgan, Fullilove... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
City Council votes to increase spending on catered lunches, travelmembers who voted for the increase were Berlin Boyd, Janis Fullilove, Martavius
City Council votes to increase spending on catered lunches, travel
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 15 days ago
members who voted for the increase were Berlin Boyd, Janis Fullilove, Martavius Jones, Joe Brown, Jamita Swearengen and Edmund Ford Junior. The council members who voted against were Kemp Conrad, Worth Morgan, Frank Colvett and Phillip... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Strickland, city council focus on increasing Memphis’ spending with minority-owned firmsadvisory council to look at ways to improve the city's MWBE spending. And durin
Strickland, city council focus on increasing Memphis’ spending with minority-owned firms
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 15 days ago
advisory council to look at ways to improve the city's MWBE spending. And during budget hearings, Budget Committee chairman Edmund Ford Jr. has asked that all division heads go over their MWBE spending, and council members have grilled directors... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
County taxes can benefit Memphis residents, council members findwas approved to be widened in the fiscal 2011 budget by former interim county m
County taxes can benefit Memphis residents, council members find
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 23 days ago
was approved to be widened in the fiscal 2011 budget by former interim county mayor Joe Ford. Last week Memphis Councilman Edmund Ford Jr. brought to the council budget committee's attention a Shelby County road work project to widen Holmes Road... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
City Council panel bypasses procedure to fast-track greensward resolutionmembers voting against bypassing the rules were Worth Morgan, Patrice Robinson,
City Council panel bypasses procedure to fast-track greensward resolution
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 23 days ago
members voting against bypassing the rules were Worth Morgan, Patrice Robinson, Martavius Jones, Jamita Swearengen and Edmund Ford Jr. Those voting for were Berlin Boyd, Janis Fullilove, Philip Spinosa Jr., Frank Colvett Jr., Joe Brown and Reid... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
In first budget hearing, City Council cuts $2.5M for police vehiclesMarch 15, 2016 - City Council members Edmund Ford Jr. and Reid Hedgepeth . (Nik
In first budget hearing, City Council cuts $2.5M for police vehicles
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 30 days ago
March 15, 2016 - City Council members Edmund Ford Jr. and Reid Hedgepeth . (Nikki Boertman/The Commercial Appeal) In its first round of budget hearings Tuesday, Memphis City Council members cut $2.5 million meant for new police vehicles from the... Read more

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