Eugene got one, Medford got one, now a group in Ashland wants one: a tiny house village.
And not just for cuteness, but to house people who can't afford other places to live in one of Oregon's most expensive cities.
The Ashland Tiny House Village Group envisions perhaps 12-15 houses in a cluster, a place for people to get on their feet financially while seeking permanent housing.
The group is moving forward and seeking help from the city. Project director Karen Logan lays out the plans.