Pedro Serrano, 62, right, a disabled Marine Corp. veteran has been on a waiting list to get a Section 8 housing voucher since 2010 and said he periodically drops by the Tacoma Housing Authority office to see what his status is and make sure they know he’s still seeking housing assistance. For Serrano’s mother, Adelaida, 85, left, his presence in her house is both a blessing and a burden. Serrano, who says his only income is from Social Security, has been living with his mother for the past six years.
Pedro Serrano, 62, right, a disabled Marine Corp. veteran has been on a waiting list to get a Section 8 housing voucher since 2010 and said he periodically drops by the Tacoma Housing Authority office to see what his status is and make sure they know he’s still seeking housing assistance. For Serrano’s mother, Adelaida, 85, left, his presence in her house is both a blessing and a burden. Serrano, who says his only income is from Social Security, has been living with his mother for the past six years. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Pedro Serrano, 62, right, a disabled Marine Corp. veteran has been on a waiting list to get a Section 8 housing voucher since 2010 and said he periodically drops by the Tacoma Housing Authority office to see what his status is and make sure they know he’s still seeking housing assistance. For Serrano’s mother, Adelaida, 85, left, his presence in her house is both a blessing and a burden. Serrano, who says his only income is from Social Security, has been living with his mother for the past six years. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

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Section 8 tenants could get more for their vouchers under proposal

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