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A 7-acre plot in Milwaukee will soon be turned into a village of tiny homes for veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Mayor Tom Bartett signed off on a zoning authorization on Monday, in honor of Veterans Day, for the community.

The article goes on to state the following:

Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin led the project, calling themselves a “homeless recovery program” and described the initiative as an effort to help struggling veterans get back on their feet.

The project will include 42 tiny homes, 240 square feet each, along with a 10,000 square foot community center. WATCH the videos below for more details.

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