A recent item in the Arizona Daily Star told about plans to install (“build” isn’t really the right term, for reasons that will become clear) tiny houses in the Vail school district outside Tucson for teachers to live in. I’m staying completely away from the debate about whether or not this is the right dollars-and-cents solution to the teacher-housing situation. I’m interested in it because it’s a situation that provides a great example of the purposes of zoning and building codes, and the extent to which those codes should be used to limit what a property owner may choose to build, or install, on his or her property.
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