Career Center thinks ‘tiny’ on big housing problem

SHAWN WOODHOUSE, LEFT, a Middlebury Union High School junior, and Nate Muzzy, a Vergennes Union High School junior, work on a building project in the Patricia Hannaford Career Center workshop. The career center and a local nonprofit are collaborating on construction of a “tiny house” that will be made available to a local low-income household. Independent photo/Steve James

A local advocacy group and Patricia Hannaford Career Center students are about to take some tiny steps to help solve a big problem here in Addison County.

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