She says the county is in the process of developing regulations to allow shipping container homes and tiny houses as well as protect the public.
“You don’t want them just cropping up on vacant lots across the county. They could be an eye sore or be a problem with regard to property values,” said Carter.
Council approved first reading to limit these homes to planned development districts.
Carter says an adhoc committee will be created to look further into these homes.
“Protect the residents of the county while we find something better,” she said.
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