by Aaron Burkhalter and Carolyn Bick
Nickelsville’s Scott Morrow has spent his days in the kitchen tent of the tiny house village on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Othello Street. At night, he sleeps on a table in a nearby canopy tent known as “Fisher-Price Suite,” where residents store toys for children living there.
Continue reading Nickelsville and LIHI Standoff Reaches Three Months Amid Calls for Mediation
Tammy Morales sent the following letter to the city of Seattle’s Human Services Department, Nickelsville, and the Low Income Housing Institute. It is reprinted here with permission. A petition calling for mediation between the organizations can be found here.
by Tammy Morales
Dear Nickelsville, Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), and Seattle Human Services Department Leaders,
I have immense admiration for the work that both LIHI and Nickelsville have done for years in serving our underserved homeless neighbors. Nickelsville, you have stood against corporate power in the city that wants to stop spending on human services. You have served the needs of our community members and have shown us that we can have permanent affordable housing.
Continue reading OPEN LETTER: Tammy Morales Calls for Mediation Between LIHI and Nickelsville
by Carolyn Bick
After allegations of village leaders abusing their positions, three tiny home villages will no longer be affiliated with Nickelsville or its staff.
Continue reading LIHI Staff Replaces Nickelsville in Tiny Home Villages