Part of the problems most of us face with tiny housing is that there are laws and zoning that prevent most of us from achieving our tiny dreams because we’re forced to build larger than we really need.
In many cases, we’ve found our own ‘loopholes’ that have allowed many of us to live tiny on our own terms.
But why do we sometimes have to feel that we are living in a ‘grey area’ when we’re not hurting or endangering anyone by living simply?
So if you’re thinking about petitioning your local government to allow the construction of tiny homes here are some tips that might help you get started (and a petition that you can sign really quick to start encouraging change right now).
Tips on how to Petition for Making Tiny Houses Legal from Jay Shafer
“Hi guys. I just finally signed your petition and forwarded it to some other folks.
I haven’t had the time to see what legal strategy you’re already employing, but I’ll offer my unsolicited 2-cents anyway.
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