Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Architect presents tiny houses concept

More than 60 people showed up to hear architect Claudio Veliz give a presentation about tiny houses at the Union Street School on Wednesday night.    


  1. The concept of tiny homes has been well executed elsewhere for those not enamored with huge mortgages for colossal, trophy homes.

    1. Id rather have a mortgage.

    2. Just another sign of the United States slipping down into the abyss of poverty while we export our jobs, assets and money to nations that despise us. The next heavily promoted abodes will be cardboard boxes. Our open door to illegal immigrants, many who are criminals and some are terrorists, doesn't help either. Allowing our healthcare operatives to charge us ten-fold for the same services and drugs that other countries pay is criminal. Welcome to Amerika!

  2. The latest small home for everyone!

  3. Many people around here prefer the Big House.


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