Granite City public housing gets a makeover
Jul 9, 2007 | Posted by: Belleville News-Democrat | Full story: Belleville News-Democrat
“There's too much violence and too much he-said, she-said”
Four generations of Granite City residents have come to take for granted the large, brick apartment complex they pass on Nameoki Road.
But the next generation will not know about Kirkpatrick Homes, the public housing apartments that have sheltered single parents and given World War II steel mill workers from other states a place to bring their families.
'It served a lot of veterans that were coming back from World War II,' said Sharon Mathis, director of the Granite City Housing Authority. Read more
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