Businesses worry pipeline ordinance would have ‘unintended consequences’

By , Daily Memphian Updated: April 28, 2021 3:30 PM CT | Published: April 28, 2021 4:00 AM CT

Some business leaders are expressing concern that an ordinance intended to block the controversial Byhalia Connection oil pipeline could hinder their businesses and hurt economic recruitment efforts in the city.

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Byhalia Connection Pipeline Memphis City Council Greater Memphis Chamber Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Blake Fontenay

Blake Fontenay

Blake Fontenay’s 27-year journalism career has taken him to many newspapers in four states. However, he had never returned to work in any of the other cities where he had been before until the opportunity to report for the Daily Memphian presented itself. He covers business for the Daily Memphian.


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