Little House Could Mean Big Environmental and Housing Gains

El Cerritto Patch

Politicians, environmentalists, academics, builders and the curious packed a tiny house and the yard surrounding it in West Berkeley Saturday to talk about what many of them said could be the next big thing for communities like El Cerrito.

Among those gathered were El Cerrito Mayor Ann Cheng, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates, state Senator Loni Hancock and Jeremy Madsen, the executive director of Greenbelt Alliance.

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