BALTIMORE (AP) - Maryland officials will be outlining the distribution of about $60 million in housing assistance from a mortgage servicing settlement.
Gov. Martin O'Malley and Attorney General Doug Gansler are scheduled to outline the first installment on Wednesday of nearly $1 billion that Maryland received in the settlement.
The announcement will take place in Baltimore at the HOPE Hotline Call Center that helps distressed homeowners get in touch with housing counselors.
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