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Kimball board reviews tiny houses


Tiny houses are a trend sweeping the nation, according to thetinylife.com, this is a social movement where people choose to downsize the space they live in, often for the obvious long-term financial benefits, but also due to the freedom gained by diminished home-owner responsibilities.

While the typical American home is approximately 2,600 square feet, tiny houses typically range between 100 and 400 square feet, according to the website. These tiny homes come in many designs and can be purchased in a kit.

The Kimball Planning Commission met on Monday, June 6 and in part discussed tiny house...

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