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Dr. Stephen Metraux
On July 29th the Center for Community Research & Service, in partnership with the Institute for Public Administration, conducted a webinar highlighting the concerns about increased evictions, homelessness and the need for housing assistance in Delaware. After CCRS Director Dr. Steve Metrauxs presentation, a set of panelists provided their perspectives. The panelists included Ann Aviles, an Assistant Professor in UDs Department of Human Development & Family Sciences and active with the H.O.M.E.S. Campaign; Anas Ben Addi, Director of the Delaware State Housing Authority; and Michelle Taylor, Director of the United Way of Delaware.
Following the webinar, two Delaware media outlets featured stories on the prospect of increasing numbers of evictions. Dr. Metraux was quoted from the webinar in both stories: Delaware Public Medias Where is the wave of evictions experts predicted? and the Delaware News-Journals Delaware courts prepare to flatten the curve of eviction cases as assistance ends.
In addition, Delaware has just announced plans to spend $40 million to assist residents with paying rent or mortgages during the coronavirus pandemic.
A recording of the webinar is available here.
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