Neighbors’ concerns dog homeless project in Ontario

Harold Gill, a resident of the tiny homes shelter project in Ontario, stands outside his room on Sunday, Feb. 28. (Liliana Frankel/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO – As the city’s provision of temporary tiny homes reaches its halfway point, its formerly homeless residents have found themselves the subject of controversy. 

Ontario city councilors in a meeting on Feb. 23 addressed a letter from Ingeborg Dickerson, who owns several buildings that neighbor the shelter site. The temporary housing is at Northwest First Street and Northwest Third Avenue.

Dickerson . . .