Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Curry Todd : Represented the State’s Ninety-Fifty District

Curry Todd is a Republican state lawmaker in Tennessee. He has represented the state’s ninety-fifty district for many years and has demonstrated solid conservative credentials. Curry Todd has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, among others.
Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators. During his years as a lawmaker, Curry Todd has been repeatedly singled out and honored for his many achievements.

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Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Curry Todd : Tennessee High School Basketball Player

Curry Todd has been a constituent of the Tennessee House of Representatives since 1998. Before that he was a businessman, and before that a Memphis Police Official. But before any of these things, Curry Todd was a standout basketball player in high school, good enough to have received numerous scholarship offers from colleges and universities all around the country.

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 To this day, Curry Todd is the only Tennessee high school basketball player to make the All-Memphis team four years in a row. He also made it to the All-Shelby County basketball team for three years, and was named the Shelby County Player of the Year. He was elected a high school All-American in Scholastic and Parade magazines and named the Tennessee Player of the Year.

Monday, 2 February 2015

Curry Todd: Time in Office



Curry Todd is a Republican State Legislator who was first nominated in 1998. During his time in office, Curry Todd has worked with distinction. He has been a constituent of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee, and the Tennessee Peace Officers and Training Commission. Curry Todd was appointed by Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander to draft, plan and enact uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officials in the state.

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 Curry Todd was nominated by the Peace Officer’s Standard Training Commission (POST) to draft and enact police legislation with the Tennessee General Assembly, and stayed in that position from 1981 to 1987. He has worked on Legislative Study Committees in the Tennessee General assembly in the area of corrections and criminal justice, and worked as the Chairperson of the subcommittee on drafting law enforcement legislation.


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Curry Todd has worked on the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women. He is a constituent of the NRA and the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

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Curry Todd has received many honors since first being nominated to the State House. He has been recognized with the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Lawmaker of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Lawmaker of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Nominated Officials Lawmaker of the Year Award in 2010.

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Sunday, 1 February 2015

Curry Todd - Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council

Curry Todd was first nominated to the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1998. He is a constituent of the Republican Party and has been a constituent of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, along with others.

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Curry Todd has worked on many state panels during his career as a nominated official. He is a Constituent of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. Curry Todd is proud to be a native of the Volunteer State.

Friday, 30 January 2015

Curry Todd: Boat Launch Access



Curry Todd is among the supporters of a new legislation of the Wolf River Boat Launch Access Study, funded by the Shelby County Office of Sustainability, to increase the use and enjoyment of the Wolf River and provide opportunities to participate in outdoor recreation, improve safety in and around the River.

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The Wolf River Conservancy was founded in the 1980s, after a citizen-led protest stilled a new gravel mine that was to be dug along the Wolf River. To safeguard the future safety of the habitat they created the conservancy, a 501(c) nonprofit, to preserve and protect the area.

Since first being found in 1985, the Wolf River Conservancy has grown in staff, resources, and overall mission. It now has successfully aided the preservation of 18,000 acres in the Wolf River area; and they are now protecting the Ghost River State Natural Area, which named after the disappearing effect the river has as it runs through marsh and swampland. 

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Curry Todd is also proud of the Wolf River Conservancy especially for fulfilling the Wolf River Greenway Project in 2010, which is a corridor of protected green space. The group is looking to ass a paved pathway along the river that is meant or foot commuters rather than motorists; and have it stretch 30 miles. 

That part of the project is currently on hold for extended fundraising and land acquisitions that is much needed for the completion of the project. Todd now hopes to draw extra support for the group so that this project can be brought to fruition. 

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Curry Todd: Former Athlete



Curry Todd grew up as an athletic personality, and his abilities blossomed as he got older. He played on high school basketball team and named the Tennessee Player of the Year and was also recruited to the All-Memphis Basketball team for four years in a row. The Treadwell High School Eagles benefitted from having Curry on as one of their star players.

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Due to his performances on the court, Curry Todd earned himself a place in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. Famous and notable figures from every single sport, all the way from basketball to track and field, are all given honorable admission into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. There are only 500 inductees in the hall, which makes it an even more outstanding accomplishment for Curry. The hall was first established twenty years ago, after lawmakers in the state unanimously passed a bill named the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Act of 1994. Four years after that achievement, Curry Todd was elected into the Tennessee House of Representatives.
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The mission of the hall is to show consideration to sports as a model that reflects the ideals of an organized society. Good sportsmanship values endorse the aspects of healthy competition and fair play that drive people to be the best at what they do. There are also aspects of camaraderie, teamwork and unity that are universally applicable to the growth of modern societies. And as being a proud inductee of this hall, Curry Todd now stands to reserve those very values in government.

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