Associated Press | Posted: Saturday, May 26, 2012 10:24 am | (Loading ) comments. Font Size: Default font size Larger font size A group of homeless people who have been camping at an old Bloomington rail yard have been told they must leave after the property owner agreed to the city's demands that he tear down a burned-out warehouse and level overgrown vegetation at the site. The Bloomington Pantagraph reported (Homeless again: Illegal campsite to be shut down by property owner : Pantagraph.com | Central Illinois) Saturday that demolition could begin as soon as next week. About 10 people have been living in a cluster of tents at the site for months; some moved there after officials cleared them from city-owned land this spring. They were told Thursday that they will have to move again. "It's sad. It's tough," said Bloomington police officer Brad Peterson, who patrols the area. Read more: Homeless told to leave Bloomington 'tent city'