This is taken from the MailChimp email received from Tiny Advocacy Network of LA (firstname.lastname@example.org): Legalize Tiny by working together! Have you heard? We’re on a mission to create more options for legally living tiny in Los Angeles, California, and
Although our website focuses on the Bay Area, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to promote the Bay Area’s twin city of LA with a very proactive tiny house group called Latch Collective. Teresa Baker and Shaina Thompson are the
Meet Bela. Actually, just learn all about her and her family on her website. Bela is a co-worker of mine, although we don’t actually work together in our day-to-day life. Her website features a lot of personal tiny house content,
Although this tool is for Lancaster, PA, I feel this could be a great tool to use for the Bay Area to start a shift in how to address tiny houses on wheels and the mindset of a local municipality.
There are all kinds of debates on the subject of the costs of a tiny house and the additional money savings / money costs. Personally, I feel it is all subjective. The ~85% of people in America who will never