INDIANAPOLIS - The public will be able to provide input Tuesday as to where Indianapolis officials should use $6.39 million from the Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program.
Officials will solicit public input on Tuesday at 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. at the Old City Hall at 202 N. Alabama Street.
The funds were made available from a pool of $75 million by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority. The program seeks to eliminate blighted properties for redevelopment, future development or green space.
The city released a list of properties proposed for demolition. See those properties on our interactive map below.
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