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During Monday night’s Alamance County Commissioners meeting, the board made the decision to approve a new manufactured home park community in Haw River, to be known as Cranmore Meadows. Cranmore Meadows is the brainchild of Callie Brauel and Nathan Huening, who are creating a large eco-village on a 30 acre plot of land along Highway 54. 13 lots were approved for tiny houses, which will be for lease or rent only. The community will include a gathering event space, as well as more than 20 acres of nature for a wildlife preserve and permaculture farming. The proposed community was approved by a 4-1 vote, with Tim Sutton provided the lone dissent. Bill Lashley motioned to approve Cranmore Meadows – a motion that was seconded by Steve Carter and voted in favor of by Lashley, Carter, Galey, and Eddie Boswell. Alamance County Commissioners During Monday night’s Alamance County Commissioners meeting, the board made the decision to approve a new manufactured home park community in Haw River, to be known as Cranmore Meadows.

Cranmore Meadows is the brainchild of Callie Brauel and Nathan Huening, who are creating a large eco-village on a 30 acre plot of land along Highway 54. 13 lots were approved for tiny houses, which will be for lease or rent only. The community will include a gathering event space, as well as more than 20 acres of nature for a wildlife preserve and permaculture farming.

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