Evansville Board of Public Works Will Meet to Discuss the Relocation of Residents at Woodland Park Apartments

Woodland Park Apartments residents could be relocated with all expenses paid if the Evansville Board of Public Works agrees to terms set by city officials and Memorial Community Development Corporation.

Posted: Oct 14, 2021 9:35 AM

The Evansville Board of Public Works will meet this afternoon - as they consider relocation costs for Woodland Park Apartment tenants.

By the end of the meeting, they could approve an agreement between the city and the Memorial Community Development Corporation to offer tenants financial assistance to move out of the complex.

The reason for the abrupt relocation of residents comes after Centerpoint Energy threatened to shut off power to the complex after nearly two years of unpaid bills.

The meeting is set for 1:30 today at the Civic Center in Evansville.

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