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MEMO: AP 03-10
 

Last Updated: November 15, 2016

DATE: June 2, 2003

TO: WIB Directors;
WIB Chairpersons; Grant Recipients

FROM: Lorna Joseph, Director of Program Support

SUBJECT: 2003 Lower Living Standard Income Levels (70%)

America's Workforce Network

Background: WIA AP 02-04 provided the last revisions in the 70% lower living standard income levels.  We have now received the updated 70% lower living standard income levels.

Policy Effective May 30, 2003, WIA areas can use figures on the attached chart as the appropriate lower living standard income level data.  The attached chart shows the poverty level for a family of one, since that figure is higher than the LLSIL.

Questions regarding this policy should be directed to Steve Litke at (860) 263-6599.


Attachment

2003 Lower Living Standard Income Levels (70%)*

Family Size:

1

2

3

4

5

6

Metro

8,980

13,120

18,010

22,230

26,240

30,680

Non-Metro**

8,980

12,750

17,510

21,610

25,500

29,830

For families larger than six persons, an amount equal to the difference between the six and five person family levels should be added to the six-person family income level for each additional person in the family.

*This chart shows the poverty level where it is higher than the 70% LLSIL.

**Non-metropolitan area percent changes for the Northeast region are no longer available. The Non-metropolitan percent change was calculated using the U.S. average CPI-U for city size Class D.

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