By Shannon Nelson
March 28, 2011
Calculating at 25% for rent at the low end of $900 a month (not including tax) the rent that is expected to be paid for decent housing in Ketchikan, a person's monthly income would need to exceed $3600. That is just for rent; food, household, transportation and the not mentioned above, Daycare would need to be included in those figures.
Low income housing is a great need in Ketchikan, housing that would include women and children who are left behind by tough times.
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Received March 24, 2011 - Published March 28, 2011
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