Harriet Tubman resident Nancy Maddox listens to a meeting at the Chattanooga Housing Authority offices in Chattanooga on Monday where representatives from the Purpose Built Communities group discussed public housing. The Harriet Tubman facility is being vacated and listed for sale because the CHA cannot afford to repair or demolish the site.
Harriet Tubman resident Nancy Maddox listens to a meeting at the Chattanooga Housing Authority offices in Chattanooga on Monday where representatives from the Purpose Built Communities group discussed public housing. The Harriet Tubman facility is being vacated and listed for sale because the CHA cannot afford to repair or demolish the site.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Monday, April 9th, 2012
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