Across the services and housing production included in this amendment, a majority of Cincinnati households will be eligible for direct benefits. But our amendment is also carefully designed to address our different needs. Our biggest priority is housing for those with incomes at or below about $30,000/year, because this is where the overwhelming majority of Cincinnati’s housing deficit falls. More than a quarter of Cincinnati households and 42% of Black Cincinnati households land in this income range. Because our solution directly targets our affordable housing crisis, we all stand to gain from greater stability, opportunity, and equity across our Cincinnati community.