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Meeting Agendas and Board Minutes

Board meetings are normally held at the DMC offices at 114 North Main. A standard board meetings schedule is provided via the link below, but all meetings are subject to being rescheduled.

  • DMC Board meets the fourth Thursday of every month, with the exception of January-May, when meetings are the fourth Friday of each month. Meetings are held at 9 am
  • Center City Development Corporation meets the third Wednesday of every month at 9 am
  • Center City Revenue Finance Corporation meets the second Tuesday of every month at 9 am
  • Design Review Board meets the first Wednesday of every month at 4 pm
  • Downtown Mobility Authority meets quarterly on the third Wednesday at 4 pm

Meeting agendas and materials are posted prior to each meeting.

Meetings Schedule

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DOWNTOWN HEADLINES

Little Bettie: Chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman prove once again that they know pizza

Posted on 1/12/21

Commercial Appeal. January 12, 2021. The pizza at Little Bettie’s is New Haven-style pizza. New Haven-style pizza has a chewy crust like its wood-fired Neapolitan pizza counterpart (that’s what Hog & Hominy served), but is a thinner-crusted pizza. This thin-crust pizza originated in New Haven, Connecticut — hence the name. Both New Haven and Neapolitan pizzas […]

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What a vision: Eye institute receives $300,000 grant

Posted on 1/11/21

The Daily Memphian. January 11, 2021. Hamilton Eye Institute at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center received a $300,000 challenge grant from Research to Prevent Blindness for studies in the university’s department of ophthalmology. The money will be distributed over four years. UTHSC will match the grant.

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Steimer Says: Five developments to watch in 2021

Posted on 1/4/21

Memphis Business Journal. January 4, 2021. There are five projects I have my eye on in 2021 to gauge the future of Shelby County real estate: Pinch District, Union Row/The Walk, Northside High School, Loews, and Lake District. These projects are ones I expect to be writing about multiple times in 2021. Each has the […]

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