California allots $76.5M for motel, apartment buys for poor

Seven California local government bodies will receive a total of $76.5 million to acquire and convert motels and empty apartment buildings to housing for the homeless. A budget of $600 million is available under Project Homekey, an outgrowth of Project Roomkey, the initiative to shelter vulnerable populations in motels during the pandemic. Read Capital Public Radio story here

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