Mediation could help after eviction ban lifted

Mediation could help after eviction ban lifted

MILWAUKEE – Evictions are moving forward in southeast Wisconsin after the CDC’s ban expired Sunday. But resources like rent assistance and mediation could help cut down on how many people end up on the streets. When tenants and landlords want to avoid court – they turn to Mediate Milwaukee.

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