SALEM – Malheur County and other rural communities around Oregon will soon be getting additional help from the state to target housing accessibility and homelessness.
Gov. Kate Brown last week announced a new strategy to increase housing affordability and reduce child homelessness – two issues which have grown across the state in recent years.
The plan invests $370 million in housing stability for children, veterans, the chronically homeless, and rural communities.
Emergency housing and homeless help would get $50 million of that, the governor said. In rural parts of Oregon, this would . . .