Rebuilding Affordable Housing

Aug 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Pasadena Weekly

By some estimates, as many as 20,000 of the 55,270 households in Pasadena are in need of affordable housing, because their occupants are paying more than 30 percent of their incomes for apartments or homes, or are living in crowded or substandard housing.

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Aug 13, 2012
 
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Sep 5, 2012
 
yes this is a true statement, i applied for housing more than 6 yrs ago for ms ramariez at the pasadena housing authourity turned me and my 4 children away now im a mother of 7, but ppl tht arent even residents get housing faster thsn the ppl whom are currently homeless. i work but its very hard to support my family on this high rent and utilities, i wish theyed open more low income units

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Sep 6, 2012
 
Hello to all,

Creating affordable housing is difficult in the best of times and these are not the best of times.

By some estimates, as many as 20,000 of the 55,270 households in Pasadena are in need of affordable housing, because their occupants are paying more than 30 percent of their incomes for apartments or homes, or are living in crowded or substandard housing.

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Michael Ellgren

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