A Baltimore nonprofit that develops, maintains and manages affordable housing properties for city residents who are at risk of homelessness stopped paying rents for several clients enrolled in a federally funded housing assistance program. Labeled as a highly complex and unusual case of missing money among those impacted, the situation involves as much as $2.2 million in grant funding administered via the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Baltimore nonprofit that houses vulnerable tenants stopped paying rents. Now, some may face eviction.
July 8, 2022