The discussion delves into the complexities of affordable housing in Keene, including the impact of budget evaluation errors on utility companies' tax payments. It underscores the struggles of the elderly in finding affordable housing due to rising rents. The conversation also highlights the consequences of landlords forgoing tax credits, leading to increased homelessness and burden on local government. It concludes with the ethical dilemma of prioritizing profit over moral responsibility.

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