Denver to welcome temporary tiny home villages
DENVER — The Denver City Council voted Monday night to approve changes to the city's zoning code to help welcome temporary tiny home villages hoping to use vacant land to help address homelessness, according to a news release from the city. The city voted to approve the Beloved Community Village in April. According to the release, it was Denver's first temporary tiny home village, and is a successful pilot of using tiny homes to help vulnerable or marginalized residents aiming to find permanent homes.
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