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Village of Tiny Homes For Homeless in Wisconsin

"Occupy Madison’s 'OM Build' initiative to create a sustainable village of “tiny homes” for the homeless got a big boost Tuesday.
   The Madison Common Council voted to amend the city's zoning code to allow tiny houses, like the single 96-square-foot trailer-mounted cottage Occupy Madison has constructed so far, to be set up on the property of churches and other non-profit organizations.
   Tents could also be set up on property owned by such groups, which would need to have a management plan for sleeping areas, restrooms and parking, under the amendment.…"
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Photo: Mike DeVries, The Capital Times


Anonymous said...

nice. they look sturdy, well made. steel roofs and all.
i think this would give folks more dignity and independance.

would love to see pics of inside, checked site, but didnt see any.

Anonymous said...

That's fantastic! Love to read good news like that. Namaste, Shell

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