“SHOCKING”Developer Uses Loophole to Evict Single Mother and family during Covid Seeks, 30 million in Subsidies


Tanya Vera stands in front of St. Anton Capital’s headquarters on I Street in downtown Sacramento after its managers evicted her and her daughters. (Photo by Scott Thomas Anderson)

“I’m homeless, and my family is homeless,” Tanya Vera said, fighting back tears. “They’re destroying our communities. I just need help.”

Vera is a 49-year-old mother of two who’s been putting herself through California State University East Bay, studying hospitality management. She’s also disabled and currently scheduled for a major surgery. One of her daughters is recovering from a brain injury. Vera and her kids were living at the Bidwell Pointe apartments in Folsom, in a unit that’s part of the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program, which subsidizes the construction of affordable housing for low- and moderate-income tenants.

See the Full story at Sacramento News and Review https://sacramento.newsreview.com/2021/02/09/developer-seeking-30-million-in-tax-subsidies-evicts-single-mother-during-pandemic/