Julia Clough, a board member of the York Housing Authority, ran her own real estate firm in York for 20 years.She
said the housing problem for seniors does not just hinder those with limited means.Even people with big homes have nowhere to go.
"There is no place to downsize in York," she
said.And seniors from outside the community who want to live close to their children and grandchildren in York cannot find a place to live in the Seacoast.
For some seniors living in long-time homes on fixed incomes, paying property taxes in York is becoming impossible.But once they sell their homes, where do they go?
"People are forced to leave York because they just can't afford housing," Clough
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