Low-income homeowners who have sewage backed up into their washing machines, or leaking pipes, or major issues with the electrical wires in their homes have a chance to get up to $7,000 to get those problems fixed, the Clayton County Housing Authority has announced.

Housing authority Executive Director Linda Valentine said the group has some Housing Urgency Grant (HUG) program funds left over after it distributed grants to all of the people on its waiting list. The grants, which can total up to $7,000, are designed to help low-income homeowners pay for

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