Gay said he’s been involved in discussions with Dayton city leaders and planners about setting aside land for a tiny house community, but for now it appears the brakes have been put on the proposals.
“Those discussions, some were good, some were bad, and some were grey. It’s just tough. There’s a lot to do. The tiny house people right now seem like mosquitoes. There’s just one here and one there and it’s just kind of annoying because no one knows what to do with them. Now, there’s a lot more and it’s time to figure out how we handle these tiny houses,” said Gay.