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Friday is the last day for residents in Mount Vernon, New York, to apply for a guaranteed income pilot program featuring $500 worth of monthly payments.

The program, named Level Up, will dole out $500 in direct monthly payments for a 12-month period. To be eligible, households must possess an income at 80% of the Community Development Block Grant annual income limit or lower, which ranges from $63,000 to $118,800 depending on the household size.

The application closes Friday at 11:59 p.m.

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“Economic security is a quintessential building block for families in Mount Vernon,” Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard said, per a website for Level Up. "I fully support guaranteed income for residents. I’m excited to join a coalition of innovative and forward-thinking mayors who are not afraid to push for critical resources for their community."

The CDBG annual income limit tops out at $63,000 for households of one person and $118,800 for households with eight children, according to the city. A chart with additional information about the income limits can be found here.

In addition to the CDBG requirement, participants must also be residents of Mount Vernon over the age of 18 and have an income above $15,000 annually.

Level Up is the product of a partnership between the Mayors for a Guaranteed Income program and Mount Vernon. The goal is to study the effects of giving residents a guaranteed income payment.

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Prospective applicants can apply on the website for the program. Some 200 applicants will be selected.

Applications for the program first opened on July 20.

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BUKAYO SAKA reunited with his former Arsenal academy teammate Yunus Musah last night following England's World Cup clash with the USA.

The winger, 21, has been a stand-out player for England so far in the competition.

2Saka posed for a picture with Musah after the gameCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 2Musah played for Arsenal before moving to ValenciaCredit: Getty

He scored twice in the Three Lions' record-breaking 6-2 win over Iran earlier this week and earned the Player of the Match award for his efforts.

Saka was also named in Gareth Southgate's unchanged starting line-up ahead of Friday's grudge match.

But, like the rest of his teammates, he failed to impress as England were held to a bore 0-0 draw against the USA.

Despite the result, Saka was seen smiling and joking as he stopped to chat with his former academy teammate Musah, who started in midfield for Gregg Berhalter's side.

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The two swapped shirts and posed for a picture in the dressing room before Musah uploaded the snap to Twitter with a caption that read: "It’s been years since the days at Hale End but I’m so grateful to have crossed paths again on football's biggest stage."

Musah, 19, joined Arsenal's world renowned Hale End Academy at the age of nine after moving to London from Italy.

But, after seven years with the Gunners, he left to join Valencia in 2019.

The midfielder is now a regular presence in Gennaro Gattuso's starting line-up.

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But, following his impressive performance on Friday, some Arsenal fans are eager for him to return to north London.

One person tweeted: "Yunus Musah is a Hale End product. He looks like the central midfield version of Saka. Bring him home."

While another added: "Musah looks a good player, only 19 as well, Arsenal look like they dropped the ball letting him go, he wouldn't look out of place in Liverpool midfield."

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