Ontario City Council approves license for tiny homes to house homeless

ONTARIO – A plan to provide temporary housing for the homeless leaped ahead last week after the Ontario City Council approved a revised license agreement between Ontario, Community in Action and Origins Faith Community church.

In the past several weeks the three organizations developed a plan to buy and install tiny homes to help the city’s growing homeless population. The site for the tiny homes is between Northeast Third Avenue . . .

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