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1 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 30% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI Albany County $82,000 $17,220 $19,680 $22,140 $24,600 $26,580 $28,560 $30,510 $32,490 Allegany County * $53,500 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Bronx County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Broome County $63,900 $13,440 $15,360 $17,280 $19,170 $20,730 $22,260 $23,790 $25,320 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Cayuga County $68,400 $14,010 $15,990 $18,000 $19,980 $21,600 $23,190 $24,780 $26,400 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Chemung County $61,300 $12,900 $14,730 $16,560 $18,390 $19,890 $21,360 $22,830 $24,300 Chenango County * $55,800 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Clinton County # $57,300 $13,380 $15,270 $17,190 $19,080 $20,610 $22,140 $23,670 $25,200 Columbia County $74,600 $15,690 $17,910 $20,160 $22,380 $24,180 $25,980 $27,780 $29,550 Cortland County $61,700 $12,960 $14,820 $16,680 $18,510 $20,010 $21,480 $22,980 $24,450 Delaware County * $57,900 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Dutchess County $87,100 $18,300 $20,910 $23,520 $26,130 $28,230 $30,330 $32,430 $34,500 Erie County $67,300 $14,160 $16,170 $18,180 $20,190 $21,810 $23,430 $25,050 $26,670 Essex County $62,500 $13,140 $15,000 $16,890 $18,750 $20,250 $21,750 $23,250 $24,750 Franklin County * $55,800 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Fulton County * $56,100 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Genesee County $64,500 $13,560 $15,480 $17,430 $19,350 $20,910 $22,470 $24,000 $25,560 Greene County $62,200 $13,080 $14,940 $16,800 $18,660 $20,160 $21,660 $23,160 $24,660 Hamilton County $61,800 $12,990 $14,850 $16,710 $18,540 $20,040 $21,510 $23,010 $24,480 Herkimer County # $59,600 $12,600 $14,400 $16,200 $17,970 $19,410 $20,850 $22,290 $23,730 Jefferson County # $57,900 $13,320 $15,240 $17,130 $19,020 $20,550 $22,080 $23,610 $25,110 Kings County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Lewis County * $56,900 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Livingston County $68,400 $14,370 $16,440 $18,480 $20,520 $22,170 $23,820 $25,470 $27,090 Madison County $69,200 $14,550 $16,620 $18,690 $20,760 $22,440 $24,090 $25,770 $27,420 Monroe County $68,400 $14,370 $16,440 $18,480 $20,520 $22,170 $23,820 $25,470 $27,090 Montgomery County * $56,500 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Nassau County $106,200 $22,320 $25,500 $28,680 $31,860 $34,410 $36,960 $39,510 $42,060 New York County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Niagara County $67,300 $14,160 $16,170 $18,180 $20,190 $21,810 $23,430 $25,050 $26,670 Oneida County # $59,600 $12,600 $14,400 $16,200 $17,970 $19,410 $20,850 $22,290 $23,730 Onondaga County $69,200 $14,550 $16,620 $18,690 $20,760 $22,440 $24,090 $25,770 $27,420 Ontario County $68,400 $14,370 $16,440 $18,480 $20,520 $22,170 $23,820 $25,470 $27,090 Orange County $87,100 $18,300 $20,910 $23,520 $26,130 $28,230 $30,330 $32,430 $34,500 1 of 14 4/15/2016

2 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 30% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI 30% AMI Orleans County $68,400 $14,370 $16,440 $18,480 $20,520 $22,170 $23,820 $25,470 $27,090 Oswego County $69,200 $14,550 $16,620 $18,690 $20,760 $22,440 $24,090 $25,770 $27,420 Otsego County $62,100 $13,050 $14,910 $16,770 $18,630 $20,130 $21,630 $23,130 $24,600 Putnam County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Queens County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Rensselaer County $82,000 $17,220 $19,680 $22,140 $24,600 $26,580 $28,560 $30,510 $32,490 Richmond County # $65,200 $19,050 $21,750 $24,480 $27,180 $29,370 $31,530 $33,720 $35,880 Rockland County $100,600 $21,150 $24,150 $27,180 $30,180 $32,610 $35,010 $37,440 $39,840 Saratoga County $82,000 $17,220 $19,680 $22,140 $24,600 $26,580 $28,560 $30,510 $32,490 Schenectady County $82,000 $17,220 $19,680 $22,140 $24,600 $26,580 $28,560 $30,510 $32,490 Schoharie County $82,000 $17,220 $19,680 $22,140 $24,600 $26,580 $28,560 $30,510 $32,490 Schuyler County $60,400 $12,690 $14,520 $16,320 $18,120 $19,590 $21,030 $22,470 $23,940 Seneca County $62,600 $13,170 $15,030 $16,920 $18,780 $20,310 $21,810 $23,310 $24,810 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Steuben County $59,500 $12,510 $14,280 $16,080 $17,850 $19,290 $20,730 $22,140 $23,580 Suffolk County $106,200 $22,320 $25,500 $28,680 $31,860 $34,410 $36,960 $39,510 $42,060 Sullivan County * $58,200 $12,390 $14,160 $15,930 $17,670 $19,110 $20,520 $21,930 $23,340 Tioga County $63,900 $13,440 $15,360 $17,280 $19,170 $20,730 $22,260 $23,790 $25,320 Tompkins County # $69,000 $15,420 $17,640 $19,830 $22,020 $23,790 $25,560 $27,330 $29,070 Ulster County $75,900 $15,960 $18,240 $20,520 $22,770 $24,600 $26,430 $28,260 $30,060 Warren County $64,800 $13,620 $15,570 $17,520 $19,440 $21,000 $22,560 $24,120 $25,680 Washington County $64,800 $13,620 $15,570 $17,520 $19,440 $21,000 $22,560 $24,120 $25,680 Wayne County $68,400 $14,370 $16,440 $18,480 $20,520 $22,170 $23,820 $25,470 $27,090 Westchester County $107,800 $22,650 $25,890 $29,130 $32,340 $34,950 $37,530 $40,110 $42,690 Wyoming County $64,100 $13,470 $15,390 $17,310 $19,230 $20,790 $22,320 $23,850 $25,410 Yates County $61,900 $13,020 $14,880 $16,740 $18,570 $20,070 $21,570 $23,040 $24,540 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Very Limit adjusted Upward to 50% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Limit # - Limit Adjusted Upward 2 of 14 4/15/2016

3 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR VERY LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 50% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME AS ADJUSTED BY HUD, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Albany County $82,000 $28,700 $32,800 $36,900 $41,000 $44,300 $47,600 $50,850 $54,150 Allegany County * $53,500 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Bronx County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Broome County $63,900 $22,400 $25,600 $28,800 $31,950 $34,550 $37,100 $39,650 $42,200 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Cayuga County $68,400 $23,350 $26,650 $30,000 $33,300 $36,000 $38,650 $41,300 $44,000 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Chemung County $61,300 $21,500 $24,550 $27,600 $30,650 $33,150 $35,600 $38,050 $40,500 Chenango County * $55,800 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Clinton County # $57,300 $22,300 $25,450 $28,650 $31,800 $34,350 $36,900 $39,450 $42,000 Columbia County $74,600 $26,150 $29,850 $33,600 $37,300 $40,300 $43,300 $46,300 $49,250 Cortland County $61,700 $21,600 $24,700 $27,800 $30,850 $33,350 $35,800 $38,300 $40,750 Delaware County * $57,900 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Dutchess County $87,100 $30,500 $34,850 $39,200 $43,550 $47,050 $50,550 $54,050 $57,500 Erie County $67,300 $23,600 $26,950 $30,300 $33,650 $36,350 $39,050 $41,750 $44,450 Essex County $62,500 $21,900 $25,000 $28,150 $31,250 $33,750 $36,250 $38,750 $41,250 Franklin County * $55,800 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Fulton County * $56,100 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Genesee County $64,500 $22,600 $25,800 $29,050 $32,250 $34,850 $37,450 $40,000 $42,600 Greene County $62,200 $21,800 $24,900 $28,000 $31,100 $33,600 $36,100 $38,600 $41,100 Hamilton County $61,800 $21,650 $24,750 $27,850 $30,900 $33,400 $35,850 $38,350 $40,800 Herkimer County # $59,600 $21,000 $24,000 $27,000 $29,950 $32,350 $34,750 $37,150 $39,550 Jefferson County # $57,900 $22,200 $25,400 $28,550 $31,700 $34,250 $36,800 $39,350 $41,850 Kings County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Lewis County * $56,900 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Livingston County $68,400 $23,950 $27,400 $30,800 $34,200 $36,950 $39,700 $42,450 $45,150 Madison County $69,200 $24,250 $27,700 $31,150 $34,600 $37,400 $40,150 $42,950 $45,700 Monroe County $68,400 $23,950 $27,400 $30,800 $34,200 $36,950 $39,700 $42,450 $45,150 Montgomery County * $56,500 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Nassau County $106,200 $37,200 $42,500 $47,800 $53,100 $57,350 $61,600 $65,850 $70,100 New York County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Niagara County $67,300 $23,600 $26,950 $30,300 $33,650 $36,350 $39,050 $41,750 $44,450 Oneida County # $59,600 $21,000 $24,000 $27,000 $29,950 $32,350 $34,750 $37,150 $39,550 Onondaga County $69,200 $24,250 $27,700 $31,150 $34,600 $37,400 $40,150 $42,950 $45,700 Ontario County $68,400 $23,950 $27,400 $30,800 $34,200 $36,950 $39,700 $42,450 $45,150 3 of 14 4/15/2016

4 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR VERY LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 50% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME AS ADJUSTED BY HUD, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Orange County $87,100 $30,500 $34,850 $39,200 $43,550 $47,050 $50,550 $54,050 $57,500 Orleans County $68,400 $23,950 $27,400 $30,800 $34,200 $36,950 $39,700 $42,450 $45,150 Oswego County $69,200 $24,250 $27,700 $31,150 $34,600 $37,400 $40,150 $42,950 $45,700 Otsego County $62,100 $21,750 $24,850 $27,950 $31,050 $33,550 $36,050 $38,550 $41,000 Putnam County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Queens County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Rensselaer County $82,000 $28,700 $32,800 $36,900 $41,000 $44,300 $47,600 $50,850 $54,150 Richmond County # $65,200 $31,750 $36,250 $40,800 $45,300 $48,950 $52,550 $56,200 $59,800 Rockland County $100,600 $35,250 $40,250 $45,300 $50,300 $54,350 $58,350 $62,400 $66,400 Saratoga County $82,000 $28,700 $32,800 $36,900 $41,000 $44,300 $47,600 $50,850 $54,150 Schenectady County $82,000 $28,700 $32,800 $36,900 $41,000 $44,300 $47,600 $50,850 $54,150 Schoharie County $82,000 $28,700 $32,800 $36,900 $41,000 $44,300 $47,600 $50,850 $54,150 Schuyler County $60,400 $21,150 $24,200 $27,200 $30,200 $32,650 $35,050 $37,450 $39,900 Seneca County $62,600 $21,950 $25,050 $28,200 $31,300 $33,850 $36,350 $38,850 $41,350 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Steuben County $59,500 $20,850 $23,800 $26,800 $29,750 $32,150 $34,550 $36,900 $39,300 Suffolk County $106,200 $37,200 $42,500 $47,800 $53,100 $57,350 $61,600 $65,850 $70,100 Sullivan County * $58,200 $20,650 $23,600 $26,550 $29,450 $31,850 $34,200 $36,550 $38,900 Tioga County $63,900 $22,400 $25,600 $28,800 $31,950 $34,550 $37,100 $39,650 $42,200 Tompkins County # $69,000 $25,700 $29,400 $33,050 $36,700 $39,650 $42,600 $45,550 $48,450 Ulster County $75,900 $26,600 $30,400 $34,200 $37,950 $41,000 $44,050 $47,100 $50,100 Warren County $64,800 $22,700 $25,950 $29,200 $32,400 $35,000 $37,600 $40,200 $42,800 Washington County $64,800 $22,700 $25,950 $29,200 $32,400 $35,000 $37,600 $40,200 $42,800 Wayne County $68,400 $23,950 $27,400 $30,800 $34,200 $36,950 $39,700 $42,450 $45,150 Westchester County $107,800 $37,750 $43,150 $48,550 $53,900 $58,250 $62,550 $66,850 $71,150 Wyoming County $64,100 $22,450 $25,650 $28,850 $32,050 $34,650 $37,200 $39,750 $42,350 Yates County $61,900 $21,700 $24,800 $27,900 $30,950 $33,450 $35,950 $38,400 $40,900 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Very Limit adjusted Upward to 50% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. # - Very Limit Adjusted Upward 4 of 14 4/15/2016

5 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 80% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE NON-METROPOLITAN AR $58,900 Albany County $82,000 $45,920 $52,480 $59,040 $65,600 $70,880 $76,160 $81,360 $86,640 Allegany County * $53,500 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Bronx County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Broome County $63,900 $35,840 $40,960 $46,080 $51,120 $55,280 $59,360 $63,440 $67,520 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Cayuga County $68,400 $37,360 $42,640 $48,000 $53,280 $57,600 $61,840 $66,080 $70,400 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Chemung County $61,300 $34,400 $39,280 $44,160 $49,040 $53,040 $56,960 $60,880 $64,800 Chenango County * $55,800 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Clinton County # $57,300 $35,680 $40,720 $45,840 $50,880 $54,960 $59,040 $63,120 $67,200 Columbia County $74,600 $41,840 $47,760 $53,760 $59,680 $64,480 $69,280 $74,080 $78,800 Cortland County $61,700 $34,560 $39,520 $44,480 $49,360 $53,360 $57,280 $61,280 $65,200 Delaware County * $57,900 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Dutchess County $87,100 $48,800 $55,760 $62,720 $69,680 $75,280 $80,880 $86,480 $92,000 Erie County $67,300 $37,760 $43,120 $48,480 $53,840 $58,160 $62,480 $66,800 $71,120 Essex County $62,500 $35,040 $40,000 $45,040 $50,000 $54,000 $58,000 $62,000 $66,000 Franklin County * $55,800 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Fulton County * $56,100 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Genesee County $64,500 $36,160 $41,280 $46,480 $51,600 $55,760 $59,920 $64,000 $68,160 Greene County $62,200 $34,880 $39,840 $44,800 $49,760 $53,760 $57,760 $61,760 $65,760 Hamilton County $61,800 $34,640 $39,600 $44,560 $49,440 $53,440 $57,360 $61,360 $65,280 Herkimer County # $59,600 $33,600 $38,400 $43,200 $47,920 $51,760 $55,600 $59,440 $63,280 Jefferson County # $57,900 $35,520 $40,640 $45,680 $50,720 $54,800 $58,880 $62,960 $66,960 Kings County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Lewis County * $56,900 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Livingston County $68,400 $38,320 $43,840 $49,280 $54,720 $59,120 $63,520 $67,920 $72,240 Madison County $69,200 $38,800 $44,320 $49,840 $55,360 $59,840 $64,240 $68,720 $73,120 Monroe County $68,400 $38,320 $43,840 $49,280 $54,720 $59,120 $63,520 $67,920 $72,240 Montgomery County * $56,500 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Nassau County $106,200 $59,520 $68,000 $76,480 $84,960 $91,760 $98,560 $105,360 $112,160 New York County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Niagara County $67,300 $37,760 $43,120 $48,480 $53,840 $58,160 $62,480 $66,800 $71,120 Oneida County # $59,600 $33,600 $38,400 $43,200 $47,920 $51,760 $55,600 $59,440 $63,280 Onondaga County $69,200 $38,800 $44,320 $49,840 $55,360 $59,840 $64,240 $68,720 $73,120 Ontario County $68,400 $38,320 $43,840 $49,280 $54,720 $59,120 $63,520 $67,920 $72,240 Orange County $87,100 $48,800 $55,760 $62,720 $69,680 $75,280 $80,880 $86,480 $92,000 5 of 14 4/15/2016

6 AHC AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT 80% OF THE AREA MEDIAN INCOME, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE NON-METROPOLITAN AR $58,900 Orleans County $68,400 $38,320 $43,840 $49,280 $54,720 $59,120 $63,520 $67,920 $72,240 Oswego County $69,200 $38,800 $44,320 $49,840 $55,360 $59,840 $64,240 $68,720 $73,120 Otsego County $62,100 $34,800 $39,760 $44,720 $49,680 $53,680 $57,680 $61,680 $65,600 Putnam County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Queens County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Rensselaer County $82,000 $45,920 $52,480 $59,040 $65,600 $70,880 $76,160 $81,360 $86,640 Richmond County # $65,200 $50,800 $58,000 $65,280 $72,480 $78,320 $84,080 $89,920 $95,680 Rockland County $100,600 $56,400 $64,400 $72,480 $80,480 $86,960 $93,360 $99,840 $106,240 Saratoga County $82,000 $45,920 $52,480 $59,040 $65,600 $70,880 $76,160 $81,360 $86,640 Schenectady County $82,000 $45,920 $52,480 $59,040 $65,600 $70,880 $76,160 $81,360 $86,640 Schoharie County $82,000 $45,920 $52,480 $59,040 $65,600 $70,880 $76,160 $81,360 $86,640 Schuyler County $60,400 $33,840 $38,720 $43,520 $48,320 $52,240 $56,080 $59,920 $63,840 Seneca County $62,600 $35,120 $40,080 $45,120 $50,080 $54,160 $58,160 $62,160 $66,160 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Steuben County $59,500 $33,360 $38,080 $42,880 $47,600 $51,440 $55,280 $59,040 $62,880 Suffolk County $106,200 $59,520 $68,000 $76,480 $84,960 $91,760 $98,560 $105,360 $112,160 Sullivan County * $58,200 $33,040 $37,760 $42,480 $47,120 $50,960 $54,720 $58,480 $62,240 Tioga County $63,900 $35,840 $40,960 $46,080 $51,120 $55,280 $59,360 $63,440 $67,520 Tompkins County # $69,000 $41,120 $47,040 $52,880 $58,720 $63,440 $68,160 $72,880 $77,520 Ulster County $75,900 $42,560 $48,640 $54,720 $60,720 $65,600 $70,480 $75,360 $80,160 Warren County $64,800 $36,320 $41,520 $46,720 $51,840 $56,000 $60,160 $64,320 $68,480 Washington County $64,800 $36,320 $41,520 $46,720 $51,840 $56,000 $60,160 $64,320 $68,480 Wayne County $68,400 $38,320 $43,840 $49,280 $54,720 $59,120 $63,520 $67,920 $72,240 Westchester County $107,800 $60,400 $69,040 $77,680 $86,240 $93,200 $100,080 $106,960 $113,840 Wyoming County $64,100 $35,920 $41,040 $46,160 $51,280 $55,440 $59,520 $63,600 $67,760 Yates County $61,900 $34,720 $39,680 $44,640 $49,520 $53,520 $57,520 $61,440 $65,440 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Limit adjusted Upward to 80% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Limit # - Limit Adjusted Upward 6 of 14 4/15/2016

7 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Albany County $82,000 $51,430 $58,778 $66,125 $73,472 $79,386 $85,299 $91,123 $97,037 Allegany County * $53,500 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Bronx County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Broome County $63,900 $40,141 $45,875 $51,610 $57,254 $61,914 $66,483 $71,053 $75,622 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Cayuga County $68,400 $41,843 $47,757 $53,760 $59,674 $64,512 $69,261 $74,010 $78,848 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Chemung County $61,300 $38,528 $43,994 $49,459 $54,925 $59,405 $63,795 $68,186 $72,576 Chenango County * $55,800 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Clinton County # $57,300 $39,962 $45,606 $51,341 $56,986 $61,555 $66,125 $70,694 $75,264 Columbia County $74,600 $46,861 $53,491 $60,211 $66,842 $72,218 $77,594 $82,970 $88,256 Cortland County $61,700 $38,707 $44,262 $49,818 $55,283 $59,763 $64,154 $68,634 $73,024 Delaware County * $57,900 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Dutchess County $87,100 $54,656 $62,451 $70,246 $78,042 $84,314 $90,586 $96,858 $103,040 Erie County $67,300 $42,291 $48,294 $54,298 $60,301 $65,139 $69,978 $74,816 $79,654 Essex County $62,500 $39,245 $44,800 $50,445 $56,000 $60,480 $64,960 $69,440 $73,920 Franklin County * $55,800 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Fulton County * $56,100 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Genesee County $64,500 $40,499 $46,234 $52,058 $57,792 $62,451 $67,110 $71,680 $76,339 Greene County $62,200 $39,066 $44,621 $50,176 $55,731 $60,211 $64,691 $69,171 $73,651 Hamilton County $61,800 $38,797 $44,352 $49,907 $55,373 $59,853 $64,243 $68,723 $73,114 Herkimer County # $59,600 $37,632 $43,008 $48,384 $53,670 $57,971 $62,272 $66,573 $70,874 Jefferson County # $57,900 $39,782 $45,517 $51,162 $56,806 $61,376 $65,946 $70,515 $74,995 Kings County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Lewis County * $56,900 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Livingston County $68,400 $42,918 $49,101 $55,194 $61,286 $66,214 $71,142 $76,070 $80,909 Madison County $69,200 $43,456 $49,638 $55,821 $62,003 $67,021 $71,949 $76,966 $81,894 Monroe County $68,400 $42,918 $49,101 $55,194 $61,286 $66,214 $71,142 $76,070 $80,909 Montgomery County * $56,500 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Nassau County $106,200 $66,662 $76,160 $85,658 $95,155 $102,771 $110,387 $118,003 $125,619 New York County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Niagara County $67,300 $42,291 $48,294 $54,298 $60,301 $65,139 $69,978 $74,816 $79,654 Oneida County # $59,600 $37,632 $43,008 $48,384 $53,670 $57,971 $62,272 $66,573 $70,874 Onondaga County $69,200 $43,456 $49,638 $55,821 $62,003 $67,021 $71,949 $76,966 $81,894 Ontario County $68,400 $42,918 $49,101 $55,194 $61,286 $66,214 $71,142 $76,070 $80,909 7 of 14 4/15/2016

8 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Orange County $87,100 $54,656 $62,451 $70,246 $78,042 $84,314 $90,586 $96,858 $103,040 Orleans County $68,400 $42,918 $49,101 $55,194 $61,286 $66,214 $71,142 $76,070 $80,909 Oswego County $69,200 $43,456 $49,638 $55,821 $62,003 $67,021 $71,949 $76,966 $81,894 Otsego County $62,100 $38,976 $44,531 $50,086 $55,642 $60,122 $64,602 $69,082 $73,472 Putnam County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Queens County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Rensselaer County $82,000 $51,430 $58,778 $66,125 $73,472 $79,386 $85,299 $91,123 $97,037 Richmond County # $65,200 $56,896 $64,960 $73,114 $81,178 $87,718 $94,170 $100,710 $107,162 Rockland County $100,600 $63,168 $72,128 $81,178 $90,138 $97,395 $104,563 $111,821 $118,989 Saratoga County $82,000 $51,430 $58,778 $66,125 $73,472 $79,386 $85,299 $91,123 $97,037 Schenectady County $82,000 $51,430 $58,778 $66,125 $73,472 $79,386 $85,299 $91,123 $97,037 Schoharie County $82,000 $51,430 $58,778 $66,125 $73,472 $79,386 $85,299 $91,123 $97,037 Schuyler County $60,400 $37,901 $43,366 $48,742 $54,118 $58,509 $62,810 $67,110 $71,501 Seneca County $62,600 $39,334 $44,890 $50,534 $56,090 $60,659 $65,139 $69,619 $74,099 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Steuben County $59,500 $37,363 $42,650 $48,026 $53,312 $57,613 $61,914 $66,125 $70,426 Suffolk County $106,200 $66,662 $76,160 $85,658 $95,155 $102,771 $110,387 $118,003 $125,619 Sullivan County * $58,200 $37,005 $42,291 $47,578 $52,774 $57,075 $61,286 $65,498 $69,709 Tioga County $63,900 $40,141 $45,875 $51,610 $57,254 $61,914 $66,483 $71,053 $75,622 Tompkins County # $69,000 $46,054 $52,685 $59,226 $65,766 $71,053 $76,339 $81,626 $86,822 Ulster County $75,900 $47,667 $54,477 $61,286 $68,006 $73,472 $78,938 $84,403 $89,779 Warren County $64,800 $40,678 $46,502 $52,326 $58,061 $62,720 $67,379 $72,038 $76,698 Washington County $64,800 $40,678 $46,502 $52,326 $58,061 $62,720 $67,379 $72,038 $76,698 Wayne County $68,400 $42,918 $49,101 $55,194 $61,286 $66,214 $71,142 $76,070 $80,909 Westchester County $107,800 $67,648 $77,325 $87,002 $96,589 $104,384 $112,090 $119,795 $127,501 Wyoming County $64,100 $40,230 $45,965 $51,699 $57,434 $62,093 $66,662 $71,232 $75,891 Yates County $61,900 $38,886 $44,442 $49,997 $55,462 $59,942 $64,422 $68,813 $73,293 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Limit adjusted Upward to 80% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Limit # - Limit Adjusted Upward 8 of 14 4/15/2016

9 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Albany County $82,000 $62,910 $71,898 $80,885 $89,872 $97,106 $104,339 $111,463 $118,697 Allegany County * $53,500 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Bronx County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Broome County $63,900 $49,101 $56,115 $63,130 $70,034 $75,734 $81,323 $86,913 $92,502 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Cayuga County $68,400 $51,183 $58,417 $65,760 $72,994 $78,912 $84,721 $90,530 $96,448 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Chemung County $61,300 $47,128 $53,814 $60,499 $67,185 $72,665 $78,035 $83,406 $88,776 Chenango County * $55,800 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Clinton County # $57,300 $48,882 $55,786 $62,801 $69,706 $75,295 $80,885 $86,474 $92,064 Columbia County $74,600 $57,321 $65,431 $73,651 $81,762 $88,338 $94,914 $101,490 $107,956 Cortland County $61,700 $47,347 $54,142 $60,938 $67,623 $73,103 $78,474 $83,954 $89,324 Delaware County * $57,900 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Dutchess County $87,100 $66,856 $76,391 $85,926 $95,462 $103,134 $110,806 $118,478 $126,040 Erie County $67,300 $51,731 $59,074 $66,418 $73,761 $79,679 $85,598 $91,516 $97,434 Essex County $62,500 $48,005 $54,800 $61,705 $68,500 $73,980 $79,460 $84,940 $90,420 Franklin County * $55,800 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Fulton County * $56,100 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Genesee County $64,500 $49,539 $56,554 $63,678 $70,692 $76,391 $82,090 $87,680 $93,379 Greene County $62,200 $47,786 $54,581 $61,376 $68,171 $73,651 $79,131 $84,611 $90,091 Hamilton County $61,800 $47,457 $54,252 $61,047 $67,733 $73,213 $78,583 $84,063 $89,434 Herkimer County # $59,600 $46,032 $52,608 $59,184 $65,650 $70,911 $76,172 $81,433 $86,694 Jefferson County # $57,900 $48,662 $55,677 $62,582 $69,486 $75,076 $80,666 $86,255 $91,735 Kings County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Lewis County * $56,900 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Livingston County $68,400 $52,498 $60,061 $67,514 $74,966 $80,994 $87,022 $93,050 $98,969 Madison County $69,200 $53,156 $60,718 $68,281 $75,843 $81,981 $88,009 $94,146 $100,174 Monroe County $68,400 $52,498 $60,061 $67,514 $74,966 $80,994 $87,022 $93,050 $98,969 Montgomery County * $56,500 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Nassau County $106,200 $81,542 $93,160 $104,778 $116,395 $125,711 $135,027 $144,343 $153,659 New York County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Niagara County $67,300 $51,731 $59,074 $66,418 $73,761 $79,679 $85,598 $91,516 $97,434 Oneida County # $59,600 $46,032 $52,608 $59,184 $65,650 $70,911 $76,172 $81,433 $86,694 Onondaga County $69,200 $53,156 $60,718 $68,281 $75,843 $81,981 $88,009 $94,146 $100,174 Ontario County $68,400 $52,498 $60,061 $67,514 $74,966 $80,994 $87,022 $93,050 $98,969 9 of 14 4/15/2016

10 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Orange County $87,100 $66,856 $76,391 $85,926 $95,462 $103,134 $110,806 $118,478 $126,040 Orleans County $68,400 $52,498 $60,061 $67,514 $74,966 $80,994 $87,022 $93,050 $98,969 Oswego County $69,200 $53,156 $60,718 $68,281 $75,843 $81,981 $88,009 $94,146 $100,174 Otsego County $62,100 $47,676 $54,471 $61,266 $68,062 $73,542 $79,022 $84,502 $89,872 Putnam County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Queens County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Rensselaer County $82,000 $62,910 $71,898 $80,885 $89,872 $97,106 $104,339 $111,463 $118,697 Richmond County # $65,200 $69,596 $79,460 $89,434 $99,298 $107,298 $115,190 $123,190 $131,082 Rockland County $100,600 $77,268 $88,228 $99,298 $110,258 $119,135 $127,903 $136,781 $145,549 Saratoga County $82,000 $62,910 $71,898 $80,885 $89,872 $97,106 $104,339 $111,463 $118,697 Schenectady County $82,000 $62,910 $71,898 $80,885 $89,872 $97,106 $104,339 $111,463 $118,697 Schoharie County $82,000 $62,910 $71,898 $80,885 $89,872 $97,106 $104,339 $111,463 $118,697 Schuyler County $60,400 $46,361 $53,046 $59,622 $66,198 $71,569 $76,830 $82,090 $87,461 Seneca County $62,600 $48,114 $54,910 $61,814 $68,610 $74,199 $79,679 $85,159 $90,639 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Steuben County $59,500 $45,703 $52,170 $58,746 $65,212 $70,473 $75,734 $80,885 $86,146 Suffolk County $106,200 $81,542 $93,160 $104,778 $116,395 $125,711 $135,027 $144,343 $153,659 Sullivan County * $58,200 $45,265 $51,731 $58,198 $64,554 $69,815 $74,966 $80,118 $85,269 Tioga County $63,900 $49,101 $56,115 $63,130 $70,034 $75,734 $81,323 $86,913 $92,502 Tompkins County # $69,000 $56,334 $64,445 $72,446 $80,446 $86,913 $93,379 $99,846 $106,202 Ulster County $75,900 $58,307 $66,637 $74,966 $83,186 $89,872 $96,558 $103,243 $109,819 Warren County $64,800 $49,758 $56,882 $64,006 $71,021 $76,720 $82,419 $88,118 $93,818 Washington County $64,800 $49,758 $56,882 $64,006 $71,021 $76,720 $82,419 $88,118 $93,818 Wayne County $68,400 $52,498 $60,061 $67,514 $74,966 $80,994 $87,022 $93,050 $98,969 Westchester County $107,800 $82,748 $94,585 $106,422 $118,149 $127,684 $137,110 $146,535 $155,961 Wyoming County $64,100 $49,210 $56,225 $63,239 $70,254 $75,953 $81,542 $87,132 $92,831 Yates County $61,900 $47,566 $54,362 $61,157 $67,842 $73,322 $78,802 $84,173 $89,653 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Limit adjusted Upward to 80% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Limit # - Limit Adjusted Upward 10 of 14 4/15/2016

11 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Albany County $82,000 $68,880 $78,720 $88,560 $98,400 $106,320 $114,240 $122,040 $129,960 Allegany County * $53,500 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Bronx County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Broome County $63,900 $53,760 $61,440 $69,120 $76,680 $82,920 $89,040 $95,160 $101,280 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Cayuga County $68,400 $56,040 $63,960 $72,000 $79,920 $86,400 $92,760 $99,120 $105,600 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Chemung County $61,300 $51,600 $58,920 $66,240 $73,560 $79,560 $85,440 $91,320 $97,200 Chenango County * $55,800 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Clinton County # $57,300 $53,520 $61,080 $68,760 $76,320 $82,440 $88,560 $94,680 $100,800 Columbia County $74,600 $62,760 $71,640 $80,640 $89,520 $96,720 $103,920 $111,120 $118,200 Cortland County $61,700 $51,840 $59,280 $66,720 $74,040 $80,040 $85,920 $91,920 $97,800 Delaware County * $57,900 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Dutchess County $87,100 $73,200 $83,640 $94,080 $104,520 $112,920 $121,320 $129,720 $138,000 Erie County $67,300 $56,640 $64,680 $72,720 $80,760 $87,240 $93,720 $100,200 $106,680 Essex County $62,500 $52,560 $60,000 $67,560 $75,000 $81,000 $87,000 $93,000 $99,000 Franklin County * $55,800 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Fulton County * $56,100 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Genesee County $64,500 $54,240 $61,920 $69,720 $77,400 $83,640 $89,880 $96,000 $102,240 Greene County $62,200 $52,320 $59,760 $67,200 $74,640 $80,640 $86,640 $92,640 $98,640 Hamilton County $61,800 $51,960 $59,400 $66,840 $74,160 $80,160 $86,040 $92,040 $97,920 Herkimer County # $59,600 $50,400 $57,600 $64,800 $71,880 $77,640 $83,400 $89,160 $94,920 Jefferson County # $57,900 $53,280 $60,960 $68,520 $76,080 $82,200 $88,320 $94,440 $100,440 Kings County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Lewis County * $56,900 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Livingston County $68,400 $57,480 $65,760 $73,920 $82,080 $88,680 $95,280 $101,880 $108,360 Madison County $69,200 $58,200 $66,480 $74,760 $83,040 $89,760 $96,360 $103,080 $109,680 Monroe County $68,400 $57,480 $65,760 $73,920 $82,080 $88,680 $95,280 $101,880 $108,360 Montgomery County * $56,500 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Nassau County $106,200 $89,280 $102,000 $114,720 $127,440 $137,640 $147,840 $158,040 $168,240 New York County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Niagara County $67,300 $56,640 $64,680 $72,720 $80,760 $87,240 $93,720 $100,200 $106,680 Oneida County # $59,600 $50,400 $57,600 $64,800 $71,880 $77,640 $83,400 $89,160 $94,920 Onondaga County $69,200 $58,200 $66,480 $74,760 $83,040 $89,760 $96,360 $103,080 $109,680 Ontario County $68,400 $57,480 $65,760 $73,920 $82,080 $88,680 $95,280 $101,880 $108, of 14 4/15/2016

12 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Orange County $87,100 $73,200 $83,640 $94,080 $104,520 $112,920 $121,320 $129,720 $138,000 Orleans County $68,400 $57,480 $65,760 $73,920 $82,080 $88,680 $95,280 $101,880 $108,360 Oswego County $69,200 $58,200 $66,480 $74,760 $83,040 $89,760 $96,360 $103,080 $109,680 Otsego County $62,100 $52,200 $59,640 $67,080 $74,520 $80,520 $86,520 $92,520 $98,400 Putnam County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Queens County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Rensselaer County $82,000 $68,880 $78,720 $88,560 $98,400 $106,320 $114,240 $122,040 $129,960 Richmond County # $65,200 $76,200 $87,000 $97,920 $108,720 $117,480 $126,120 $134,880 $143,520 Rockland County $100,600 $84,600 $96,600 $108,720 $120,720 $130,440 $140,040 $149,760 $159,360 Saratoga County $82,000 $68,880 $78,720 $88,560 $98,400 $106,320 $114,240 $122,040 $129,960 Schenectady County $82,000 $68,880 $78,720 $88,560 $98,400 $106,320 $114,240 $122,040 $129,960 Schoharie County $82,000 $68,880 $78,720 $88,560 $98,400 $106,320 $114,240 $122,040 $129,960 Schuyler County $60,400 $50,760 $58,080 $65,280 $72,480 $78,360 $84,120 $89,880 $95,760 Seneca County $62,600 $52,680 $60,120 $67,680 $75,120 $81,240 $87,240 $93,240 $99,240 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Steuben County $59,500 $50,040 $57,120 $64,320 $71,400 $77,160 $82,920 $88,560 $94,320 Suffolk County $106,200 $89,280 $102,000 $114,720 $127,440 $137,640 $147,840 $158,040 $168,240 Sullivan County * $58,200 $49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,680 $76,440 $82,080 $87,720 $93,360 Tioga County $63,900 $53,760 $61,440 $69,120 $76,680 $82,920 $89,040 $95,160 $101,280 Tompkins County # $69,000 $61,680 $70,560 $79,320 $88,080 $95,160 $102,240 $109,320 $116,280 Ulster County $75,900 $63,840 $72,960 $82,080 $91,080 $98,400 $105,720 $113,040 $120,240 Warren County $64,800 $54,480 $62,280 $70,080 $77,760 $84,000 $90,240 $96,480 $102,720 Washington County $64,800 $54,480 $62,280 $70,080 $77,760 $84,000 $90,240 $96,480 $102,720 Wayne County $68,400 $57,480 $65,760 $73,920 $82,080 $88,680 $95,280 $101,880 $108,360 Westchester County $107,800 $90,600 $103,560 $116,520 $129,360 $139,800 $150,120 $160,440 $170,760 Wyoming County $64,100 $53,880 $61,560 $69,240 $76,920 $83,160 $89,280 $95,400 $101,640 Yates County $61,900 $52,080 $59,520 $66,960 $74,280 $80,280 $86,280 $92,160 $98,160 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Limit adjusted Upward to 80% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median plus any high cost adjustment, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Low Inco # - Limit Adjusted Upward 12 of 14 4/15/2016

13 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Albany County $82,000 $76,227 $87,117 $98,006 $108,896 $117,661 $126,426 $135,058 $143,822 Allegany County * $53,500 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Bronx County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Broome County $63,900 $59,494 $67,994 $76,493 $84,859 $91,765 $98,538 $105,310 $112,083 Cattaraugus County * $51,700 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Cayuga County $68,400 $62,018 $70,782 $79,680 $88,445 $95,616 $102,654 $109,693 $116,864 Chautauqua County * $52,000 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Chemung County $61,300 $57,104 $65,205 $73,306 $81,406 $88,046 $94,554 $101,061 $107,568 Chenango County * $55,800 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Clinton County # $57,300 $59,229 $67,595 $76,094 $84,461 $91,234 $98,006 $104,779 $111,552 Columbia County $74,600 $69,454 $79,282 $89,242 $99,069 $107,037 $115,005 $122,973 $130,808 Cortland County $61,700 $57,370 $65,603 $73,837 $81,938 $88,578 $95,085 $101,725 $108,232 Delaware County * $57,900 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Dutchess County $87,100 $81,008 $92,562 $104,115 $115,669 $124,965 $134,261 $143,557 $152,720 Erie County $67,300 $62,682 $71,579 $80,477 $89,374 $96,546 $103,717 $110,888 $118,059 Essex County $62,500 $58,166 $66,400 $74,766 $83,000 $89,640 $96,280 $102,920 $109,560 Franklin County * $55,800 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Fulton County * $56,100 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Genesee County $64,500 $60,026 $68,525 $77,157 $85,656 $92,562 $99,467 $106,240 $113,146 Greene County $62,200 $57,901 $66,134 $74,368 $82,602 $89,242 $95,882 $102,522 $109,162 Hamilton County $61,800 $57,502 $65,736 $73,970 $82,070 $88,710 $95,218 $101,858 $108,365 Herkimer County # $59,600 $55,776 $63,744 $71,712 $79,547 $85,922 $92,296 $98,670 $105,045 Jefferson County # $57,900 $58,963 $67,462 $75,829 $84,195 $90,968 $97,741 $104,514 $111,154 Kings County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Lewis County * $56,900 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Livingston County $68,400 $63,611 $72,774 $81,805 $90,835 $98,139 $105,443 $112,747 $119,918 Madison County $69,200 $64,408 $73,571 $82,734 $91,898 $99,334 $106,638 $114,075 $121,379 Monroe County $68,400 $63,611 $72,774 $81,805 $90,835 $98,139 $105,443 $112,747 $119,918 Montgomery County * $56,500 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Nassau County $106,200 $98,803 $112,880 $126,957 $141,034 $152,322 $163,610 $174,898 $186,186 New York County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Niagara County $67,300 $62,682 $71,579 $80,477 $89,374 $96,546 $103,717 $110,888 $118,059 Oneida County # $59,600 $55,776 $63,744 $71,712 $79,547 $85,922 $92,296 $98,670 $105,045 Onondaga County $69,200 $64,408 $73,571 $82,734 $91,898 $99,334 $106,638 $114,075 $121,379 Ontario County $68,400 $63,611 $72,774 $81,805 $90,835 $98,139 $105,443 $112,747 $119, of 14 4/15/2016

14 AHC STATEWIDE AND AREA INCOME LIMITS FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES, EARNING AT OF THE LOW INCOME LIMIT, BY NUMBER OF PERSONS, IN THE Orange County $87,100 $81,008 $92,562 $104,115 $115,669 $124,965 $134,261 $143,557 $152,720 Orleans County $68,400 $63,611 $72,774 $81,805 $90,835 $98,139 $105,443 $112,747 $119,918 Oswego County $69,200 $64,408 $73,571 $82,734 $91,898 $99,334 $106,638 $114,075 $121,379 Otsego County $62,100 $57,768 $66,002 $74,235 $82,469 $89,109 $95,749 $102,389 $108,896 Putnam County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Queens County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Rensselaer County $82,000 $76,227 $87,117 $98,006 $108,896 $117,661 $126,426 $135,058 $143,822 Richmond County # $65,200 $84,328 $96,280 $108,365 $120,317 $130,011 $139,573 $149,267 $158,829 Rockland County $100,600 $93,624 $106,904 $120,317 $133,597 $144,354 $154,978 $165,734 $176,358 Saratoga County $82,000 $76,227 $87,117 $98,006 $108,896 $117,661 $126,426 $135,058 $143,822 Schenectady County $82,000 $76,227 $87,117 $98,006 $108,896 $117,661 $126,426 $135,058 $143,822 Schoharie County $82,000 $76,227 $87,117 $98,006 $108,896 $117,661 $126,426 $135,058 $143,822 Schuyler County $60,400 $56,174 $64,275 $72,243 $80,211 $86,718 $93,093 $99,467 $105,974 Seneca County $62,600 $58,299 $66,533 $74,899 $83,133 $89,906 $96,546 $103,186 $109,826 St. Lawrence County * $54,300 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Steuben County $59,500 $55,378 $63,213 $71,181 $79,016 $85,390 $91,765 $98,006 $104,381 Suffolk County $106,200 $98,803 $112,880 $126,957 $141,034 $152,322 $163,610 $174,898 $186,186 Sullivan County * $58,200 $54,846 $62,682 $70,517 $78,219 $84,594 $90,835 $97,077 $103,318 Tioga County $63,900 $59,494 $67,994 $76,493 $84,859 $91,765 $98,538 $105,310 $112,083 Tompkins County # $69,000 $68,259 $78,086 $87,781 $97,475 $105,310 $113,146 $120,981 $128,683 Ulster County $75,900 $70,650 $80,742 $90,835 $100,795 $108,896 $116,997 $125,098 $133,066 Warren County $64,800 $60,291 $68,923 $77,555 $86,054 $92,960 $99,866 $106,771 $113,677 Washington County $64,800 $60,291 $68,923 $77,555 $86,054 $92,960 $99,866 $106,771 $113,677 Wayne County $68,400 $63,611 $72,774 $81,805 $90,835 $98,139 $105,443 $112,747 $119,918 Westchester County $107,800 $100,264 $114,606 $128,949 $143,158 $154,712 $166,133 $177,554 $188,974 Wyoming County $64,100 $59,627 $68,126 $76,626 $85,125 $92,030 $98,803 $105,576 $112,482 Yates County $61,900 $57,635 $65,869 $74,102 $82,203 $88,843 $95,483 $101,990 $108,630 incomes were issued by HUD, and are effective on, 3/28/16. MSA: Metropolitan Statistical ; PMSA: Primary Metropolitan Statistical. * - Limit adjusted Upward to 80% of State Non-Metropolitan median income. HUD Limit is capped by US National Median, 160% of HUD Very Limit establishes AHC Limit # - Limit Adjusted Upward 14 of 14 4/15/2016

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