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In this week’s About Town, federal Wildlife Services euthanized Canadian geese following complaints from a Cordova subdivision, and the City of Memphis broke ground on an event space at the Whitehaven Community Center. Plus, Juice Orange Mound and Rhodes College students released a neighborhood revitalization plan for the area. 

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The USDA euthanized 120 Canada geese at Riverwood Farms, in response to the homeowners association saying it was necessary for the protection of the community, but critics say it’s an inhumane, temporary solution to a problem that requires habitat modification.

Groups reveal Orange Mound revitalization plan By
Memphis Parks breaks ground on Whitehaven multipurpose room By
EPA is monitoring possible cancer-causing emissions in Southwest Memphis By
School 'kicks' off new tournament for art supply assistance By
MSCS celebrating new school year with fun run, festival and immunizations By
Panel highlights Memphis' impact on national civil rights movement By
$10 Deal: At Fino's, any sandwich can now be a salad By


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