By Tim Gordon, KGW

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Monday was a big day on O Street in Vancouver. The neighborhood received a new community of tiny homes. Seven pre-built homes were craned in to waiting foundations.
The roughly 735-square foot homes will house four to five people each, giving those who are struggling a way out of homelessness.

“I’m glad it’s happening because we need to get people off the street,” said Stephen Cox, one of 11 already living in a large building on the property, being developed by non-profit Community Roots Collaborative. The building was a former Sikh temple before the property was acquired for the project… Read the full article here!

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