This is the seventh year the organization is partnering with Whirlpool Corp. and Indiana University's Kelley School of Business to get the job done.
Residents of the West Pointe neighborhood in southwest Bloomington were upset they weren't notified before Habitat for Humanity began excavating properties.
The Bloomington Common Council discussed a proposal to build 35 Habitat For Humanity homes on Bloomington's west side.
It took ten days to move a Habitat for Humanity home from its build site near Indiana University to its permanent home just north of downtown.
A statewide effort is underway to help Southern Indiana families who lost homes in the March 2 tornadoes.
A Habitat for Humanity house is being built, but the crew wielding the hammers and nails is a little different from the norm.
Some restrictions of the plan, like disallowing building on land with a 15 percent grade, could significantly reduce available land, resulting in higher prices.
Shameka Neely reports on Habitat For Humanity in Bloomington.