County transfers 150 vacant lots to group in model for blight efforts

By Updated: February 04, 2020 5:38 PM CT | Published: January 24, 2020 3:40 PM CT
<strong>Cara Hall heads home on Alma Avenue&nbsp; after taking her children to school in the Klondike neighborhood on Friday, Jan. 24, where Shelby County officially transferred more than 150 properties from the county’s land bank to the Klondike-Smokey City CDC. The organization plans to renovate the blighted homes.</strong> (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

Cara Hall heads home on Alma Avenue  after taking her children to school in the Klondike neighborhood on Friday, Jan. 24, where Shelby County officially transferred more than 150 properties from the county’s land bank to the Klondike-Smokey City CDC. The organization plans to renovate the blighted homes. (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

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Quincey Morris Klondike-Smokey City CDC Lee Harris Shelby County Government Tami Sawyer
Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf covers Binghampton, Frayser, North Memphis and Raleigh for The Daily Memphian. Omer previously covered county government. He is also a former reporter at The Jackson Sun and a University of Memphis graduate.


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