The Virginian-Pravda Editorial Board chimed in this morning on something that I blogged on ("Broad Creek Turning Point") 9 days ago: the need to build the low-income units that were planned for Broad Creek. http://hamptonroads.com/2008/03/nrha-took-easy-way-out-broad-creek
Rodney Jordan is correct: using Section 8 vouchers is of limited utility when there's an acute shortage of low-income units on the market that will accept them. With the number of people slated to be eventually flushed from the St. Paul's Quadrant for redevelopment, the situation is a nightmare.
We need a solution now, not punted until whenever.