Ontario’s tiny home camp in legal peril as neighboring business seeks court injunction

This lot on North Oregon Street in Ontario was to hold up to 20 tiny homes to provide winter shelter for area homeless. A lawsuit filed in state court may stop the plan and leave organizers seeking a new place for the homes. (Pat Caldwell/The Enterprise)

UPDATE: This story includes links to statements by The Nichols Accounting Group and Origins Faith Community Church and a link to the lawsuit itself and a comment from Ontario City Manager Adam Brown.

ONTARIO – Plans to create temporary housing for the city’s homeless population hit a snag as an Ontario business has sued the city to stop the placement of 20 temporary homes.

The encampment was to be established in the next couple of weeks on North Oregon Street just north of downtown Ontario.

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