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on Jan 25, 2013
It sounds like a handpicked few will benefit. I wonder when true "affordable housing" will actually happen for those in need.
Hmm. 10.3 million for 27 tiny apartments. Nearly $1,000 per square foot.
Somebody is playing with a different definition of "affordable" than I am used to.
400 square foot studios have a market rent of about $1300 a unit the affordable amount should be about $800. Who makes up the difference? We do need more affordable housing for the elderly as there is a shortage. Maybe some of that gas tax money for transit centers and BRE.
Did I read that right? $176,000 to relocate 6 households? 30 grand a family?
now McCalister can hire some of these folks to work in his ice cream shop for minimum wage
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