Parking for the Park

We offer seven solutions (some serious, some not) for the Memphis Zoo’s parking dilemma.

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Move the Maintenance.

I suggested this and was told by the ever militant and unyielding greensward brigade that they were but it was to be the site of a museum and shrine for William Eggleston. It is a condition of his "gift" to the city. If this is not negotiable, then please pass on this gift. Also, parking east of the park was an option but the conservancy again said that no trolley could ever pass on the paths through the forest. Those were reasonable ideas. Moving the fire station is as well. The condition of the forest is poor at best as well, and so I would like to see it actually conserved and even restored, and have the former roads reduced in size in the old forest, and have the junk removed as well. There can be a compromise made that allows all to flourish, but in my experience, it will not ever happen with current conservancy leadership.

Chad Riggs 187 days ago

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