In response to a post on social media reflecting negatively on the City and its affordable housing manager, no, San Diego Interfaith Housing does not discriminate or evict people without cause. The City of Coronado has an inventory of 171 deed-restricted affordable housing units scattered throughout Coronado. The City has had a long-term agreement with San Diego Interfaith Housing since 2018 to renovate and manage a majority of the City's affordable housing units. Most recently, the City and San Diego Interfaith Housing celebrated the completion of work in September 2019 to rehabilitate 35 units at four facilities. The City believes Interfaith Housing, who has worked with Coronado over the past 10 years, is fair with its management of the City's low-income housing stock. San Diego Interfaith Housing Foundation is a nonprofit agency established in 1968 whose mission is to enrich the lives of low and moderate-income families, seniors and persons with disabilities through the provision of affordable housing. Interfaith has developed more than 1,500 affordable apartment homes in San Diego County. Coronado is a desirable community and many people want to live here. Other than the City's affordable housing inventory, there is a dearth of housing for low-income households. Qualifying to live in the Interfaith Housing-managed units here is important and the rules are inflexible. As with most property managers, and perhaps more so with state and federal regulations to follow, Interfaith is strict with those qualifying. Residency is based upon income limits. Failure to disclose income is one of the main reasons for evictions and future application rejections. In fact, if the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, which allocates federal and state tax credits to developers of affordable housing, discovers and reports a tenant whose household income is above the required qualification, Interfaith would be held liable for the loss of the tax credits for that unit in perpetuity. This would come in the form of an IRS penalty. Interfaith's strict approach has caused some to accuse the operator of having a discourteous demeanor. However, the City has never seen Interfaith attempt to discriminate on the basis of race or religion. Interfaith deals with income nondisclosure every year and all are treated in the same fair, professional and impartial manner. There are no exceptions. These types of complaints are rare in Coronado.