The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is working with local leaders to stabilize Miami-Dade County’s housing agency, after taking over the agency in fall 2007. The agency, which currently has a waiting list of 28,000 people awaiting aid, faces a shortage of cash, organizational problems and accusations of corruption.
HUD struggles to help Miami-Dade housing agency
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