Norfolk offers early move out to some residents ahead of Tidewater Gardens demo



The process to move thousands out of Norfolk’s oldest public housing complex has started.

Tuesday, the Norfolk’s Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NHRA) began sending out federally mandated letters to residents of Tidewater Gardens to let them know that their current unit will need to be vacated as part of redevelopment efforts.

“Do not move at this time,” the letter reads several times...

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