(Cleveland) -- Assistance could soon be on its way to Cuyahoga County homeowners struggling financially due to the pandemic.
A committee of the Cuyahoga County Council on Monday gave its stamp of approval to a plan to provide $2 million worth of assistance to residents who have fallen behind on their mortgages.
Homeowners with low- to moderate-incomes would be eligible to apply for the loans beginning in January.
The full council must first approve the idea.
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