Hamilton councillors voted unanimously in favour of another staff review on a potential tiny shelters program to ease homelessness in the city.
The hope is to provide some sort of light for the Hamilton Alliance for Tiny Shelters (HATS) which has failed on a number of occasions to find a suitable site to build a community of eight-by-10 cabins.
The latest study will have the city pair up with HATS to try to align the organization’s model with Hamilton’s housing and homelessness strategy to address the needs of those who are unhoused.
Ward 3 Coun. Nrinder Nann, who supports the concept and brought the latest motion forward, expressed her frustration with the issue admitting her questions have largely gone “unanswered” throughout the process to date.