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Unity Village will stay put amid new Post Point plans

Site relocation not necessary as city eyes repairs

Unity Village resident Nathan Seims cooks eggs and hash browns with donated food in the communal kitchen on Sept. 27. The tiny home village will get to stay in its location next to the Post Point Wastewater Treatment facility.
Unity Village resident Nathan Seims cooks eggs and hash browns with donated food in the communal kitchen on Sept. 27. The tiny home village will get to stay in its location next to the Post Point Wastewater Treatment facility. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
The Unity Village tiny home community, slated to move due to impending construction at the Post Poin

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