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MACON, Ga. — The tiny house movement is descending on Macon in multiple ways this week.
Thousands of people are expected for a tiny house festival to be held at Central City Park on Friday through Sunday, but that might not be the biggest news in compact living.
Ron Burger, owner of Safe Haven RV Park in Macon, is starting a tiny home community in the park, located off Pio Nono Avenue at Interstate 75. Meanwhile, River Edge Behavioral Health is building a small tiny home community for the homeless.
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