With one day until his prior order was set to expire, Gov. Tom Wolf announced another pause on evictions and foreclosures across the state on Thursday.
Wolf’s executive order extends the moratorium to Aug. 31, providing temporary relief for those unable to pay their mortgages and rents amid high unemployment and the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision could affect millions of Pennsylvanians, especially those at risk of eviction when rent comes due. As of a 2017 federal survey, one-third of Blair County residents — more than 14,000 people — rented, and many more make monthly mortgage payments.
“I am taking this action to help families know they will have a roof over their heads and a place to live while all of us fight the COVID-19 pandemic,”
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