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Top 10 Code Violators List Released

One of the Action Items of the Blight Elimination Steering Team’s Code Enforcement Committee for this year was to “determine and report the top ten code violators by volume in the City.” In accordance with this action item, the first Top 10 Code Violators list has been compiled and published raising awareness for some of the city’s most negligent property owners and in what neighborhoods are these properties. The data used for this report comes from the Memphis Property Hub…

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Memphis Neighborhood Blight Elimination Summit Workshop Presentations

The following presentations were made by members of the various committees and working groups of the Blight Elimination Steering Team (BEST) at the second annual Memphis Neighborhood Blight Elimination Summit on May 17, 2017. Right-click the title of each workshop below to download a PDF of the¬†presentation. How Can We Use Data To Improve Outcomes In Memphis? Reclaim & Reuse Vacant Land and Buildings Addressing Blighted Properties in Your Neighborhood: A Do-It-Yourself Workshop  

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Blight Fighters From Throughout Memphis Unite for Second Annual Blight Elimination Summit

Blight-fighters from throughout the greater Memphis community are invited to attend the second annual Memphis Blight Elimination Summit, taking place on Wednesday, May 17. The summit will begin with lunch program at 11:00am Clayborn Temple, 294 Hernando Street, and includes a series of workshops offering useful skill-building opportunities and resources from 1:30pm – 3:30pm at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, 1 North Front Street. Registration is now open at Memphis.uli.org/event/2nd-annual-memphis-blight-elimination-summit/. ‚ÄúVacant, abandoned, and nuisance properties…

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