The Anderson family, Jared Sr., daughter Samiya, 14, wife Felicia, son Michael, 5, and daughters Da-Jaria, 10 and Jakiya, 7, in front of Jared’s father’s house in Palmetto. The family has been living on and off in motels because they cannot afford housing. Manatee County Commission discussed the county’s fair housing requirements during Tuesday’s commission work session.
The Anderson family, Jared Sr., daughter Samiya, 14, wife Felicia, son Michael, 5, and daughters Da-Jaria, 10 and Jakiya, 7, in front of Jared’s father’s house in Palmetto. The family has been living on and off in motels because they cannot afford housing. Manatee County Commission discussed the county’s fair housing requirements during Tuesday’s commission work session. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com
The Anderson family, Jared Sr., daughter Samiya, 14, wife Felicia, son Michael, 5, and daughters Da-Jaria, 10 and Jakiya, 7, in front of Jared’s father’s house in Palmetto. The family has been living on and off in motels because they cannot afford housing. Manatee County Commission discussed the county’s fair housing requirements during Tuesday’s commission work session. Tiffany Tompkins ttompkins@bradenton.com

‘Fair housing’ a big challenge for Manatee

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