Typical HuffPo clickbait headline:
This Genius Project Would Create Tiny Homes For People Making Less Than $15,000 A Year
Another American city is embracing the idea of small homes that'll make a big difference.
The city of Portland, Oregon, is nearing approval of construction for tiny home communities on public land in order to house homeless and low-income residents, the Oregonian reported. Josh Alpert, the city's director of strategic initiatives under Mayor Charlie Hales, said it's not so much a question of if, but rather, when the homes will be built in partnership with Multnomah County, according to the news source. The city will ask various public branches in the area -- including Portland Public Schools -- to provide surplus land for the homes.
Looks perfect to me:
and such an improvement over a shipping container or a trailer in the woods!