A not-in-my-backyard battle. A proposal to open up housing for the homeless... ...inside this Springfield apartment building... has the current tenants outraged. 3 3 The woman you just heard from is Lisa Crocker-- she lives in that apartment building and says she has been BLINDSIDED by a non-profit group's plans to turn her building into a housing project for the homeless. And many other people who live nearby say they're concerned about the type of people who would be moving in next door. The group behind the plan is Ability Housing. It claims to have received a state-funded grant to renovate the 12-unit complex on Cottage Avenue. That's off Pearl Street... just south of Andrew Robinson Elementary School. Channel 4's Heather Leigh spoke to Ability Housing, as well as members of the community... and joins us now live from Springfield. Heather? 3 3 3 3 3 live. Now we reached out to the property manager ... he said that nothing is done until its done... and said because of a confidentiality agreement, he couldn't tell us who was interested in buying the building... but he says everyone is jumping to conclusions ... and shouldn't make assumptions on things they don't know about ....we're live in Springfield, Heather Leigh, CH4. TLS Heather, are Ability Housing and S.P.A.R going to sit down and S.P.A.R going to sit down and talk with each other?