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Prevalence of Sup-Optimal Living Conditions
People have a right to easy access to affordable housing and not be forced to live with sub-optimal conditions (e.g., poor structural integrity of living quarters, non-functional appliances, bad plumbing, holes/cracks in walls, ceilings, floors, windows/doors, inadequate living space given occupancy, etc.). The lack of access to affordable housing can result in negative health effects, mental and physical stress, and decreased quality of life.
Local Examples of Sub-Optimal Housing
Joseph Floyd Manor which has had numerous complaints in the last year about the aging living quarters and safety concerns regarding standard of living conditions
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