Norfolk public housing residents wait and wonder as move-outs in St. Paul’s are delayed by months



They weren’t supposed to be here for Christmas. They weren’t even supposed to be here for Labor Day.

Hundreds of residents of a section of Norfolk’s Tidewater Gardens — deemed Phase 1 by the city and housing authority — were supposed to move out this past summer, the first leg of a relocation effort that will eventually move 4,200 people out of the St. Paul’s area to make way for a major redevelopment effort.... 

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