The Louisville Metro Housing Authority will host a meeting tomorrow for people who will be displaced by the demolition of the Sheppard Square complex in the Smoketown neighborhood.
The city has received a $22 million federal grant to replace the barracks-style structures with mixed income housing, including some subsidized units.
The housing authority will soon begin interviewing Sheppard Square residents about where they’ll be relocated, and the criteria for obtaining housing in the new complex.
Officials say they’ll hold several informational meetings with residents.
Tomorrow’s meeting begins at 5:30pm at Meyzeek Middle School on South Jackson Street.