Dan Cummings, Ontario Community Development director, points out a place in the city that could be the site for a tiny home project to help the homeless. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).
ONTARIO – Local police report they are confronting a rising number of calls related to homelessness even as the city of Ontario is crafting a plan to restart its tiny house program geared toward easing the burden of the displaced.
“We have seen an uptick in homelessness,” said Steven Romero, Ontario police chief.
Travis Johnson, Malheur County . . .