Editorial: Norfolk leaders' pledge to residents


THE NORFOLK City Council made a promise on Tuesday night when it voted to proceed with redevelopment of the 200-acre parcel of land known as the St. Paul’s area.

To the residents of three housing projects there — about 4,200 people, including about 2,200 children — the council pledged its care and communication. It said it would ensure for them a smooth transition as this massive initiative takes shape...

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