The affordable housing crisis is not new in Charlotte, but community outcry after the September shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by a police officer accelerated the effort to spread opportunity across the Queen City.
In October, City Council members pledged to build 5,000 affordable housing units in three years as part of their commitment. It’s estimated 34,000 people need affordable housing help now.
Diane, who wants to protect her identity, pays $347 a month to live at Brookhill Village near Southend. She’s one of many people on the edge of being able to pay rent and needing assistance. Check out the Full Story
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