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OR Has Backlog Of 25K Emergency Rental Assistance Applications

(Salem, OR) -- Oregon is dealing with a backlog of 25-thousand applications for emergency rental assistance. Oregon Housing and Community Services says software that's used to process the applications doesn't work well and it's causing delays. A private vendor has been hired to have more than 60 people speed up the process. They'll handle 85-hundred of the claims. Renters in Oregon who have applied for emergency rental assistance can't be evicted for non-payment until the end of September.

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