Spokane County is moving to dole out the $9 million in federal Emergency Rental Assistance granted to the county by the federal government, according to a Spokane County news release.
County commissioners unanimously approved nonprofit Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners to administer the funds for the Emergency Rental Assistance program, the release said.
“Time is of the essence,” Josh Kerns, chair of the Spokane County Commissioners, said in the news release. “Our first priority is to communicate this opportunity to all eligible residents.”
SNAP will provide an online portal and application process in line with U.S. Treasury guidelines. SNAP anticipates to begin accepting applications in mid-March. For now, SNAP is
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