Sonoma County to Spend $75,000 to Study Proposed Tiny Homes for Homeless

Sonoma County could join the ranks of local governments across the country turning to tiny houses as a low-cost way to provide shelter for homeless people. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday advanced the concept, authorizing $75,000 for county staff to analyze six sites in Santa Rosa that could host a village — eight to 12 structures, including possibly mobile trailers, small cabins or shipping containers…

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One Response to Sonoma County to Spend $75,000 to Study Proposed Tiny Homes for Homeless

  1. Anonymous says:

    From the department of obvious

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