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July 15, 2001

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Consolidation, transit, reclaiming older neighborhoods, improving education.Ê Those were just some of the issues Memphians named as action itemsÊinÊour quest to become a great city.Ê

These issues aren't new.Ê Most have been on the civic agenda for at least 40 years.Ê So what has to happen to push them up on the priority list?

That's the question our guests will attempt to answer this week.Ê They are Dave Kushma, editor of ÊThe Commercial Appeal editorial page, and attorney A.C. Wharton.Ê

ListenÊSunday,ÊJuly 15, at 9 a.m. on the WKNO-FM stations andÊTuesday, 9 a.m. on 88.9 FM.Ê The program also is streamed live over the Web.



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