Recent census data show that parts of the Shawnee and Portland neighborhoods in west Louisville are 27% vacant. That’s a problem for everyone in the neighborhood and for all of us in the city. To examine the issues, two guests joined Todd Mundt today on Here and Now: Monica Brown, who has years of experience in community development, and Renita Rosa, a city planner from the Fuller Center for Housing. They discuss causes and possible approaches to dealing with the vacant property problem.
Vacant Property Crisis in Louisville’s West End
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