SNEC signs MOU with development corporation ensuring Tiny Homes built to standards

Six Nations Tiny Homes

Six Nations is trying to give community members the tools to beat the housing crisis by offering affordable options. Six Nations Elected Council approved a motion to allow Lily-Anne Mt. Pleasant, director of housing, to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) for its Tiny Homes Project on January 8 at the Political Liaison Committee meeting, but some councillors didn’t seem to understand the need for the MOU, the request from housing or modular housing. Mt. Pleasant explained the housing department wanted to add the SNGRDC to its list of approved contractors for the loan program. Which would allow community members who are approved for a Six Nations Housing loan of up to $300,000 to use the program to purchase a…

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