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Kingston Issues RFP For Tiny Homes Community

Second Wind cottage being built, Newfield, NY
Courtesy of Second Wind cottages, Newfield, NY
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Second Wind cottage being built, Newfield, NY

Officials in the City of Kingston, New York wants to create a tiny homes community to house homeless or low-income individuals.

Kingston Mayor Steve Noble says the city has issued a Request for Proposals for the creation and maintenance of a tiny homes community, which would house up to 30 homeless or low-income individuals in 15 units within the first year. The selected consultant will oversee the development and management of the project with the long-term goal of creating a permanent tiny homes community under the umbrella of a non-profit organization. The concept is modeled after the Second Wind community in Newfield, in Tompkins County, in central New York.

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