Lee Harris http://wknofm.org en Radio Roundtable: Is A Property Tax Increase Coming For Memphis? http://wknofm.org/post/radio-roundtable-property-tax-increase-coming-memphis <p>Memphis City Councilmen <a href="http://www.memphistn.gov/Government/CityCouncil/SuperDistrict9/Position2.aspx">Shea Flinn</a>, <a href="http://www.cityofmemphis.org/Government/CityCouncil/District7.aspx">Lee Harris</a>, and <a href="http://www.memphistn.gov/Government/CityCouncil/District5.aspx">Jim Strickland</a> join <a href="http://memphisdailynews.com"><em>Memphis Daily News</em></a> reporter Bill Dries and host Eric Barnes, publisher of the <em>Memphis Daily News</em>, to discuss Memphis city budget proposals, property assessments, and the potential for a property tax increase.</p> Fri, 10 May 2013 21:50:00 +0000 Justin Willingham 30729 at http://wknofm.org Radio Roundtable: Is A Property Tax Increase Coming For Memphis? Radio Roundtable: City Of Memphis To Contribute To The Unified School Budget? http://wknofm.org/post/radio-roundtable-city-memphis-contribute-unified-school-budget <p>This week on the <em>Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable</em>, host Eric Barnes, publisher of the <a href="http://memphisdailynews.com"><em>Memphis Daily News</em></a>, explores whether the City of Memphis will contribute to the budget to the Unified School District.</p><p>Barnes is joined by Memphis City Councilmen Shea Flinn and Lee Harris.</p><p>For a review of the top news stories of the week, you can tune-in to <a href="http://video.wkno.org/program/behind-headlines/"><em>Behind the Headlines</em></a> Friday evenings at 7 on <a href="http://www.wkno.org">WKNO-TV 10</a>.&nbsp;</p> Fri, 08 Mar 2013 22:55:32 +0000 Justin Willingham 27953 at http://wknofm.org Radio Roundtable: City Of Memphis To Contribute To The Unified School Budget? Radio Roundtable: Mississippi Rejects the Controversial Personhood Amendmendment http://wknofm.org/post/radio-roundtable-mississippi-rejects-controversial-personhood-amendmendment <p>This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable: the result of the run-off election for City Council between Lee Harris and Kimba Ford, missing ammunition at the Memphis Police Department, and the rejection of the controversial &quot;Personhood&quot; amendment&nbsp;to Mississippi&#39;s constitution. &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p> Sat, 12 Nov 2011 01:24:03 +0000 Justin Willingham 3835 at http://wknofm.org Radio Roundtable: Mississippi Rejects the Controversial Personhood Amendmendment