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City To Decide If Tiny Home Community Gets More Permanent Address

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City To Decide If Tiny Home Community Gets More Permanent Address

City To Decide If Tiny Home Community Gets More Permanent Address

The City of Denver is offering some land so residents of a tiny home village can have a more permanent address.

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