National Low Income Housing Coaltion Ohio's Housing Insecurity Can Pose Health Risks To Renters By Jim Letizia • Jul 16, 2020 A new report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition shows three out of the ten most common jobs in Ohio failed to pay workers enough to afford to rent a two-bedroom apartment before the COVID-19 pandemic. Columbus Council Approves Funding For Fighting Homelessness By Jim Letizia • Mar 19, 2019 voa.org Columbus City Council last night approved legislation giving 4.3 million dollars to the Community Shelter Board for programs to fight homelessness. Report Shows Most Common Ohio Jobs Don't Pay Enough To Afford Basic Rental Housing By Jim Letizia • Jun 14, 2018 A new report shows only two of the ten most common jobs in Ohio pay enough for a worker to rent a two-bedroom apartment. Study Aims To Assess and Lower Franklin County's Eviction Rate By Jim Letizia • Jul 14, 2017 The City of Columbus, Franklin County and Ohio State University plan to study the county's eviction rate, which is the highest in the state. Report Underscores Need For More Affordable Rental Housing By Jim Letizia • Mar 13, 2015 A new report shows more than 70 percent of extremely low income renters spend more than half of their income on rent and utility costs.