“Nevada County plans to implement a “rapid re-housing” strategy to help reduce and prevent homelessness, said Health and Human Services Director Michael Heggarty. But homeless advocates have, well, smaller ideas.

Chuck Durrett, who owns McCamant and Durrett Architects, wants to build a tiny house village to temporarily house the county’s unsheltered homeless population, a strategy that Heggarty said would be more costly and less effective than pursuing permanent housing.”

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