DOJ, Memphis Negotiating Over Liberty Bowl Accessibility
Wow. Here's a matter that predated my time at DOJ and is still going on. See this article, which begins:
The city of Memphis and the federal government are working on an agreement that would bring the aging Liberty Bowl into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
According to a settlement agreement obtained Monday, the federal government would promise not to file a lawsuit against the city if certain corrections and additions are made to bring the 47-year-old stadium into compliance.
If both parties sign the agreement, it could bring to an end an issue that has plagued the city for years, stretching back to the administration of Willie Herenton.
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