The city of Anaheim has decided to reopen their rental assistance program, although only landlords are allowed to apply at this time. Anaheim reopened the application period on Aug. 2 after closing it on March 31. The program allows landlords who have not received rental payments from April 2020 to September 2021 to receive 100 percent of the unpaid rent and utility bills back. The funding comes from California’s $5.2 billion plan to pay back 100 percent of rent for low-income renters regardless of immigration status, due to the pandemic. Anaheim communications specialist Lauren Gold told The Epoch Times the city has received $21.6 million so far in state funding, but they are expecting additional funding soon. While only landlords can apply for the assistance at this time, they will not be able to fill out the paperwork without the tenant’s help. Tenants will need to work with the landlord …
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