Jacksonville's first tiny-home community may be answer for affordable housing
After her husband died, Margaret Showers was left with no stable source of income. She could no longer afford her apartment.
For 2½ years her home was the streets of downtown Jacksonville.
"It was a strain," she said. "I used to get mad and angry at myself because I was out there homeless. I had nowhere to go."
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