New tiny homes under construction in Denver are almost complete. They'll be a new place for the city's homeless to stay.
Mayor Michael Hancock and other city leaders stopped by the tiny homes village at 38th Avenue and Walnut Street a few weeks ago.
Hancock heard from people who are getting ready to move into those tiny homes. One man says it feels like it's becoming a crime in Denver to be homeless - and that he hopes the mayor will do something to change that.
A spokesperson for the mayor says Hancock hopes to open up dialogues with homeless people and that the tiny home village is a step in that direction.
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