The Birmingham Times
Birmingham City Councilor J.T. Moore said he fell in love with Woodlawn 12 years ago while volunteering in the community’s high school.
The District 4 councilor moved into the area with the help of Woodlawn United, then known as the Woodlawn Foundation, which not only helped him find housing but showed him the “vision” for the community, he said.
On Thursday, Moore helped cut the ribbon for the first three of 16 new affordable homes coming to the Woodlawn community in Birmingham’s East Side.
By Ryan Michaels