The St. Clair County Community College Fine Arts Theater hosted a discussion last evening on the city of Port Huron’s housing problem areas. The meeting allowed officials, as well as residents, and interested parties an opportunity to share views on the challenges Port Huron neighborhood face, along with discussing possible fixes. City Manager Bruce Browns says housing and neighborhood stabilization are a top priority, estimating as much as 70 percent of the housing being used as a rental property and he stated that blight continues to be a problem. The overall top issues identified by attendees were blight, crime and security, culture and jobs and the economy. A report is expected to be prepared and delivered to the Port Huron City Council sometime in August.