Major Investments in Anti-Eviction Legal Services

The City continues to significantly expand anti-eviction legal services for low-income tenants in housing court. Since 2014, there has been a ten-fold increase in this funding. It will allow us to continue to address a leading, yet often preventable cause of homelessness; eviction. We are taking the necessary steps toward the day when every low-income tenant has representation in housing court. Here are Council Member Levine's remarks at the most recent announcement of a $12.3 million investment toward this effort.

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