DULUTH - Dozens of homeowners are starting a petition against a drug rehab center that could be rezoned into their neighborhood.
They packed the steps of the Prindle Mansion Thursday.
That's where Center City Housing Corporation wants to move a halfway house for women.
The executive director says it would double the number of spots to 24.
Neighbors living near the mansion say this was sprung on them this week and they have many unanswered questions.
"I'm worried. I've very worried, I'm stressed, I don't know. This all came up really fast and I don't feel like I got a proper notice, so I'm here for more information," said Cheryl Husby who started the petition.
"Alcohol is a major problem in Duluth, as it is in all of our communities, rural and urban. This is a step in the right direction for people to get out of addiction and into recovery," said Center City Housing Executive Director Rick Klun.
The neighbors will be at Monday's city commission meeting to voice their concerns.