Tiny homes for Ontario clear hurdle

Dan Cummings. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell)

ONTARIO – The project to install tiny homes for the area’s homeless will move forward after a decision by a Malheur County Circuit Court judge last week.

Circuit Judge Lung Hung on Feb. 4 denied a temporary injunction sought by Nichols Accounting Group, a firm that operates adjacent to the area slated for the tiny homes in northeast Ontario.

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