TALKING TINY HOMES — Tiny House Expedition, a North Carolina-based video production company, interviewed Walsenburg officials Monday, June 13 at city hall. Alexis Stephens said the company is in the processing of shooting footage and interviews for two up-coming documentaries; ‘Living Tiny Legally’ and a documentary series on tiny home living in the United States and Canada. Stephens and partner, Christian Parsons, are also traveling in their own tiny home while making their videos. They are shown here talking with Walsenburg Planning and Zoning Chairman David Roesch, who is becoming quite an expert at giving media interviews on the topic. The team also interviewed Walsenburg Building Inspector Rick Dunn, Mayor Jim Eccher, and city administrator Leslie Klusmire. Stephens said Tiny Home Expedition is in the process of talking to cable television networks interested in airing their documentaries. Photo by Eric Mullens.
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