Changes planned for Memphis sanitation services

This week on Behind the Headlines (Aug. 23): Big changes are on the way for city of Memphis sanitation services, including a restructuring and new fees going to fund pension supplements for the oldest sanitation workers. [Related article: City Sanitation Changes Start With Fragile Pact]

Kemp Conrad, Memphis City Council member
Dwan Gilliom, Public Works director, city of Memphis
George Little, chief administrative officer, city of Memphis
Gail Tyree, executive director, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 1733

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