I work for a community development corporation outside of Boston, doing affordable housing development in a distressed neighborhood. Here's the deal: we want to apply to the state department of housing and community development for some project-based Section 8 vouchers. We're doing this for a tax-credit rental project of ours that is in predevelopment. The LIHTC program has a ceiling of 60% of AMI for tenant eligibility, but this is an area that is so distressed that many potential tenants make less than 20% or 30% of AMI. We really need to find a way to make this more affordable. One's of HUD's statutory goals is the deconcentration of poverty, and due to the level of poverty in this neighborhood, we're going to have to come up with some pretty creative language in our application in order to make this happen. Any ideas on how we can go about doing this?