Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live as a family with small children in a tiny home? We
Land is so scarce in the densely populated City of Clarkston that few new residential units have been built in the past decade. Going small could help this.
This month, City Council members in Oakland, California unanimously voted to approve a creative housing ordinance legalizing the use of RV's and tiny homes as dwellings on private property. The Construction Innovation Ordinance (COI) puts Oakland among the nation's leaders in addressing the dire need for more affordable housing options.