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"poorest council" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"poorest council" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good Morning. It's Thursday June twenty fifth. I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas. Morning News today will be partly sunny with a high of ninety and a low of seventy four. The air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Tonight will be partly cloudy. Our top story is corona. Virus Hospitalizations in Dallas. County are continuing to rise officials said yesterday. Yesterday as they reported three hundred ninety one new cases of the virus, four more county residents have died from covid nineteen a Cedar Hill, man in his eighties Dallas woman in her eighties lived at a long term care facility a-, grand prairie man in his sixties and Perry woman in her eighties, all four had underlined high risk health conditions. Dallas County has now seen eighteen. Eighteen thousand, one, hundred, thirty five cases, or about six point nine for every one thousand residents and three hundred twenty eight deaths, the county does not report a number of recovery's in local news. As many as two thousand dollars, residents could soon get help paying their rent were mortgages. The City Council yesterday approved an additional ten million dollars from the federal government to expand its. Its rental and mortgage assistance program that was launched in May Council members also approved seven point one million dollars for a program to help the homeless find more permanent housing, but council members asked staff to ensure that news of the aid reaches the city's most vulnerable populations. After early data showed less than half of the applications came from Dallas. Poorest Council districts the new round. Round of funding will be split between Dallas Department of Housing and neighborhood revitalization.

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