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Why Can't Akron Have These Pallet Tiny Homes?

December 22, 2020

'Pallets' pop up around Lane County to shelter homeless people

The county purchased 120 shelters for $888,300, which was covered by money from the federal CARES Act. The county allocated $1.25 million in coronavirus Relief Funds toward winter sheltering.

While the structures are sturdy, secure and warm, service providers emphasize that they are meant to serve as a transition from living without housing to stable housing. The shelters are built by Pallet, a Washington-based company that says its employees have experienced homelessness and that the shelters are a “stepping stone out of homelessness and into a life of stability

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