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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Feb 20, 2018
Shelby County General Sessions Environment Court Judge Larry Potter announced yesterday that he will retire, the Memphis Daily News reports. His retirement will be effective March 1. Potter started the court 33 years ago, after serving as a City Court judge with a regular docket of blight and code enforcement complaints within Memphis. He was re-elected to the bench six times. The Shelby County Commission must now fill the vacancy, and a special election could be added to the Aug. 2 ballot.