NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller spoke with block captain Gerald Renfrow, who grew up on Osage Avenue and lives in one of the houses the city built to replace the burned-out homes following the MOVE disaster.

On May 13, 1985, Philadelphia police dropped explosives on the roof of the property at 6221 Osage Ave., headquarters of the radical group MOVE. Eleven MOVE members, including five children, were killed. The resulting fire destroyed 65 other homes.

Now, more than 30 years later, the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has announced it will accept proposals from developers to purchase and revitalize 36 vacant properties along and near that West Philadelphia block.

NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller spoke with block captain Gerald Renfrow, who grew up on the block and lives in one of the houses the city built to replace the burned-out homes.

Listen to their conversation below.