CCG leaders call on City Council to Increase Funding for Emergency Rental Assistance

On Monday, Oct 23rd, CCG leaders held a press conference with 5 city council members to call on council to stand united in the effort to expand rental assistance funding from the Mayor's proposed $15.5 million to the CCG proposal of just over $30 million. CCG leaders expressed their disappointment in the Mayor's proposal, describing it as "woefully inadequate." Leaders have brought this issue to the Mayor many times over the past 5 months, starting with an action of over 350 leaders back in May.

CCG will continue working with council to advance a budget amendment on this issue. See press coverage of the action herehere, and here

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