Tuesday, May 21, 2002

City Council resolution adopting the Riverfront Master Plan

Below is the complete text of the City Council resoltion "endorsing and supporting the Riverfront Master Plan as presented.


WHEREAS, the Memphis Riverfront Master Plan is a study of the Mississippi Riverfront Area defined by the Riverfront Development Corporation; and

WHEREAS, the goals of the master plan are to create an active, publicly accessible waterfront; to connect downtown directly to the Mississippi River; to provide a variety of riverfront experiences; and to ensure that the public realm is the most important aspect of the new riverfront; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE MEMPHIS CITY COUNCIL endorses and supports the Riverfront Master Plan as presented.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy and document was adopted, approved by the Council of the City of Memphis in regular session on
Date May 21, 2002
Deputy Comptroller - Council Records

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