This weeks’ meeting was awesome—we broke down the structure of the organization into basic committees to handle certain workloads. For example, we created a construction committee to handle all of the issues construction related. We feel the change will bring more of a concentrated effort within a department.
Other big news, we have been given permission to start putting together a package deal for the zoning commission in a potential pilot program for Chicago Tiny Houses. The plan called for three different tiny house locations, one on the north side, south side, and west side and lastly one on the east side. I’m super excited to be one of the organizations involved in such an important endeavor.
This is what we were pulling for from our alderman, a chance to take on the project we know will change homelessness forever. It’s “time to play” and it’s time to shine. I’m so confident in the leaders and organizers of Chicago Tiny House that is makes me tear up. The dedication they put in every week to make this happen is way beyond the call of duty.
So, in short, We have big things coming in the days ahead but I’m confident in the knowledge and experience of our crew to handle the load.
Hey, everyone! Just wanted to update all on our meeting last night. We mainly introduced the group to Angel Files, an advocate from Tiny Home Enthusiasts Chicagoland on Meetup. Thank you so much for coming, you have a true calling and we hope to see you again.
We discussed what our plan of attack was to be and basically decided to get our Needs Analysis completed as well as recruiting full force should be our main goals. We discussed that Scott Ingerson and I will be going to Texas to see a tiny house community already thriving next month and a few partnership ideas we have in the works.
I hope to see more of you guys start coming out, joining our ranks, and helping in any way you can.
Till next week!
The tiny house movement is a return to houses of less than 1,000 square feet (93 m2).
Frequently, the distinction is made between small (between 400 square feet (37 m2) and 1,000 square feet (93 m2)),
and tiny houses (less than 400 square feet (37 m2)), with some as small as 80 square feet (7.4 m2).
What is a tiny house Community for the homeless? The best answer I can give you is explained thoroughly at Curbed on in an article called: 10 Tiny House Villages for the Homeless Across the U.S.: Case Studies for a Trending Idea by JENNY XIE