From the Miami Herald:
Miami-Dade County officials gathered Friday to hail their success in spending $60.8 million in federal emergency rental assistance, which they said has translated to helping more than 6,000 area families stay in their homes.
The assistance helped provide a bridge as uncertainty continued to reign about the threat of evictions.
“The critical work that all these people did together has helped people stay in their homes, prevented mass homelessness, (and) protect landlord incomes, even though the pandemic has continued,” said Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.
Read the Miami Herald's article "Miami-Dade says it kept over 6,000 families in their homes with rental assistance," featuring the Miami-Dade Public Housing & Community Development Department.