There is a family current living in New York City government (aka taxpayer-funded) housing that has an annual income above the low-income threshold of $67,000. So how much over the limit are they? $10,000? $20,000?
Try $433,000! That’s right — the breadwinners in this household pull down nearly half a millions dollars a year. But the housing authority refuses to kick them out.
The family is being permitted to stay because, according to a recent Office of Public and Indian Housing report, the New York City Housing Authority concluded that other low-income residents will see the family’s success as a form of motivation to achieve greater things.
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