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Baltimore County approved for $24.7 million federal grant to prevent evictions

February 10, 2021
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Baltimore County has been approved for an additional $24.7 million in federal money to help renters who have lost income because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the largest grant the county has received to assist renters facing eviction amid the pandemic. Through its Eviction Prevention Program and community development block grants, the county has received around $6.5 million in federal and state funding to prevent evictions. The money comes from federal coronavirus relief signed into law in December by former President Donald Trump.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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