Government Furniture Part II (w/ links about housing)
CONTRIBUTED BY KANDY
Sofas and Tables and Dressers OH MY! Thanks to Tara, Aviva, Nikki and Lori, all of the lovely pictures of government furniture are available for your voyeuristic pleasure!
So how much furniture should I bring or ask for if I don’t know how many rooms I’ll be authorized? Here’s a start.
I just got off of the phone with the housing office. The rules for number of bedrooms is determined by the number, the age and sex of the children.
If a family has four children, they automatically get a four bedroom.
If they have three children, the number of bedrooms is dependent on the ages and sexes of those children. If they are all the same sex, the oldest must be at least 10 years of age to get a four bedroom. If the youngest two of the three children are opposite sex, then the oldest of those two must be six years of age to get a four bedroom.
And if a family has two children, they will receive a three bedroom.
And if you have one or no children, you will be receiving a two bedroom.
(I was trying to comprehend this information while typing. I asked the poor woman to repeat herself at least three times!) If you have any more questions please call Kadena’s housing office at 634-0582.
Previous posts have useful information and comments at these links:
PACAF drops weight limit entitlements for accompanied personnel PCSing to Kadena
If anyone has anything to add, or has any more questions, please comment and we’ll try to find an answer!
Editor’s Note: We now have 3 posts on this topic in our archives. In the interest of keeping newer discussions together we’ve closed comments on our two older posts. Please check out our latest entry from May 2013 HERE.