Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-14 15:29:55 –
Decatur, Georgia (CW69 News 10am)
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After being victimized by an international cyberattack in March 2020, DeKalb County announced today that it will resume the application process for the Tenant-Landlord Assistance Union next week.
“This cyberattack does not prevent us from fulfilling our mission of providing rental assistance to tenants and landlords affected by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Michael Thurmond, CEO of DeKalb County. ..
Originally launched in February, the COVID-19 pandemic provides financial relief to DeKalb renters and landlords facing loss of income under the threat of eviction of peasants. Is aimed at.
The Tenant-Landlord Assistance Union program will resume at 8:30 am on Monday, June 21, for new applicants and anyone who has previously applied but did not receive assistance. Those who have previously applied but have not been contacted by the TLAC agent will need to reapply for assistance.
The restarted program has a secure platform for submitting the required documents.
In addition, the county more than doubled the program’s workforce from 30 to 62.
To date, 237 applicants have been serviced and over $ 908,000 has been distributed. Approximately $ 21 million has been allocated to the rental assistance program.
For more information on the DeKalb Tenant-Landlord Assistance Coalition Program, please visit: http://www.dekalbcountyga.gov/renthelp Or call 404-371-3201.
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