City of Orlando, District 6

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Lake County to accept Emergency Rental Assistance Program applications

Lake County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program is available for residents who meet the following criteria:

  • Primary residence must be in Lake County and applicants must be renters

  • Rent must be past due

  • Applicants must have a documented financial hardship as a result of COVID-19

  • Total household income for calendar year 2020 must be at or below 80% of the area median income for Lake County, as follows:

  To access the application, eligibility criteria, and a list of required documentation, please visit https://lakecountyfl.gov/cares. For residents who require additional guidance with the application process, Lake County will offer appointments for consultation from Feb. 22-26.  Residents may schedule a consultation at https://bit.ly/3udLvft.

Household Size

Qualifying Income

1

< $40,750

2

< $46,550

3

< $52,350

4

< $58,150

5

< $62,850

6

< $67,500

7

< $72,150

8

< $76,800

9

< $81,424

10

< $86,077

 Paulette Edwards, Executive Director of Frontline Outreach Youth & Family Center

City of Orlando, District 6

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss .crime , violence , guns drugs & safety in our neighborhoods.

Moderator Ms.Monica May Star 94.5

GREATER WASHINGTON SHORES AREA TOWN HALL MEETING

Commissioner  Samuel B Ings .

Invited guest speakers District 6 City Commissioner Samuel B. Ings will join Orlando Police Chief John Mina and Orlando Fire Chief Roderick Williams to discuss ways the community can continue to partner together to further increase safety in the Washington, will also include other Central Florida public safety and judicial leaders, to give Orlando residents the opportunity to learn more about different strategies and initiatives to make Orlando neighborhoods safer and better places to live.

A THANKS  TO ALL