Wrecking balls and bulldozers can’t arrive soon enough for the people unfortunate enough to live near Woodland Meadows. For the even more unfortunate, those who live in the troubled apartment complex, its demise only can bring better circumstances.
The 52-acre East Side landmark finally has reached the end of a long, miserable road. Its history of neglect, decay, poverty, crime and fear should come to a merciful end this summer with the razing of its 122 buildings.
The place should be torn down.
Amen to this. Vacant lots are ugly, but this just goes to show that it can always be worse. Never mind that the parcel will be worth much more as a large whole than piecemeal.