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How One Advocate Helped Maine Legalize Tiny Homes• 30 min
Not long ago, the Maine legislature passed LD 1981, a bill that defined tiny homes. It says "Tiny Home means a living space permanently constructed on a frame or chassis and designed for use as permanent living quarters." It then goes on to specify some other things about what a tiny home is. The Maine legislature then passed LD 1530, which is an act to allow people to live in Tiny Homes as a primary or accessory dwelling. This makes Maine the first state in the United States to legalize tiny house living statewide, and my guest, Corrine Watson was instrumental in making this happen. So in this conversation, Corrine will break down what these laws do and don't do, what the process of advocacy was like, and how you can look to Maine as a model to bring to your state or town to help the cause and legalize tiny houses. Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/183. In This Episode: How did Maine legalize tiny homes and their use as full-time dwellings statewide?Does every city in Maine now have to allow tiny homes?What you can do to legalize tiny homes in your stateLean manufacturing is more efficient and less wastefulMaine isn't done: there are still things that need to be addressedSupport the showListen. Subscribe. Rate. Review. Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts More... Follow Ethan. Mastodon (my favorite!) Instagram Pinterest Facebook Want to say 'thank you' for the show? Buy me a coffee!
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