Agree with Jeff on this one. This program is interesting because it is 100% affordable, so you don't have market-rate renters/buyers cross-subsidizing affordable renters/buyers -- instead the developer's bottom line takes a hit. This hit is compensated with increased density. While this is a great start, it still requires a lottery system for applicants, which is inherently inequitable to those who are not selected but have a need, and it points to the fact that density restrictions are arbitrary! i.e. the city decides that for this case density isn't harm...
What about post-life investments? Are you already thinking about some kind of mechanism to keep this website up and hosted after you are gone?
You previously wrote that you were looking for a better solution to dictation than Google Keep - have you found anything else that works well?
Agree with adjustment for rapid tests. Otherwise, the results are overly conservative.