Public housing deadline looms for Hamilton Co. Commissioners

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CINCINNATI - The Hamilton County commissioners could face a federal lawsuit if they don't comply with a court settlement.

It is called "Cooperation Agreement." It is part of a 1988 agreement that allows a city's housing authority to build public housing throughout the suburbs of a city.

If the county refuses, communities will lose out in millions of federal grant money.

Commissioners must make a decision by the Nov. 14 deadline.


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