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Tommy Pacello on 'Lessons from Memphis'

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Tommy Pacello, a national consultant on urban development, will give a talk tomorrow night Tuesday, Jan. 19, on a project in Memphis to revive struggling neighborhoods. The talk, is sponsored by the Architecture and Design Network, is set for 6 p.m. in the lecture hall at the Arkansas Arts Center. 

Pacello was a member of the Memphis Mayor's Innovation Delivery Team (MMIDT), a public-private partnership dealing with urban blight, crime and the need for community resources. He is now chairman of Mission Advancement for the Memphis Chapter of the Urban Land Institute. 

A reception at 5:30 p.m. will precede the free event.

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