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Fri Apr 19, 2019, 06:50 PM

Planned tiny home village for Nashville's homeless notches legal win

A South Nashville church and homeless advocacy organization won support this week from the Tennessee Court of Appeals in a two-year legal battle with neighbors to build a village of tiny homes for homeless people.

But neighbors vowed to advance the fight to the state Supreme Court.

The 22 houses, at 200 and 400 square feet, would sit on Glencliff United Methodist Church's six-acre parcel and serve as transitional housing.

Neighbors argue the village would cause safety and security problems in the community, and that it should have to conform to zoning rules.

Read more: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2019/04/19/tiny-home-village-homeless-nashville-glencliff-united-methodist-wins-tennessee-supreme-court/3508588002/

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