Kim Sherman

housing a now formerly homeless man in a new house in their backyard

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Marketing director at FSI Consulting Engineers in Seattle. She and her partner, Dan Tenenbaum, are housing a now formerly homeless man in a new house in their backyard.

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LA City and County officials are encouraging homeowners to build tiny houses in their backyards and rent them to a homeless person.

What it's like to house a homeless person in your backyard

LA City and County officials are encouraging homeowners to build tiny houses in their backyards and rent them to a homeless person.

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