As other municipalities around the country struggle to distribute federal rental assistance money, Cobb has almost exhausted its own, and its …
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One landlord called the federal government’s moratorium, overturned by the US Supreme Court Thursday, ‘the worst thing the government has ever done.’
St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Michael Stelzer on Wednesday extended the moratorium, which mirrors one that was approved earlier by federal officials.
The state has spent just $12.4 million of a $324 million pool of rental and utility assistance money since the program was approved in February.
Massive, federally-funded program lets landlords apply until June 7.
People who have not yet applied for city-administered aid can apply to the state, Mayor Lyda Krewson says.
Through its cities, Fulton County has decided to offer qualifying residents COVID-19-related rental and utilities assistance of $1,300 and $20…
Through its cities, Fulton County plans to distribute $18 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds for rental assistance starting March 1, but…
The program was approved by Congress in December.
Missouri Senate votes unanimously for the bill that would help renters and landlords.