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Part One of a special two-part series on renter-landlord distress in a pandemic economy. Many Kentucky rental households have fallen behind on monthly payments and are at risk of eviction. Many landlords who remain responsible for mortgage payments and the costs of maintenance and repairs have gone months without receiving crucial monthly rental payments. Guests: Adrienne Bush, Executive Director of the Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky; James Pennington, a professor in the EKU Government Department and a Lexington attorney with a landlord-tenant practice; Fred Schaeffer, president of the Central Kentucky Landlord Association

Interviews in order of appearance:

Adrienne Bush, Executive Director, Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky

James Pennington, a professor in the EKY Department of Government and attorney with a landlord-tenant practice

 

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