Kevin Valine

May 29, 2014 6:40 PM

Valine: Low-income tenants stunned by rent increases

They are grateful to have a roof over their heads at a price they can afford. But low-income tenants in housing provided by a Modesto nonprofit are upset about a proposed rent increase or monthly fee that could be as much as 10 percent of their net income.

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