Tiny house villages in Seattle are meant to shelter people who are homeless. The small modular shelters offer a roof and a community. However, the city is currently being sued over a tiny house village planned for South Lake Union, and a Seattle Times investigation found that the Wallingford site had no case management for more than three months.
Bill Radke talks with Sharon Lee, executive director of the Low Income Housing Institute, about the villages they operate. We're also joined by Elisabeth James, co-chair of the grassroots organization Speak Out Seattle.