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Clark County’s rising rents lead to despair

Amboy family struggles to find alternatives after landlords demand 150% increase

By Anna Mattson, Columbian staff writer
Published: July 21, 2022, 6:01am
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Jason Zellman and Luci Haning are seeing a 150 percent monthly rate increase from the landlords of the house they rent.
Jason Zellman and Luci Haning are seeing a 150 percent monthly rate increase from the landlords of the house they rent. (Will Campbell/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

AMBOY — Jason Zellman and Luci Haning have no idea where they’re going to live next.

The couple live in a yellow single-wide home for $800 a month in Amboy, in the forest with a view of a mountain. The three of them, the couple and Haning’s child, have lived comfortably in the home for three years.

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