MONTPELIER – Homeowners, prospective applicants and supporters of a two-year pilot program to start an Accessory Dwelling Unit Program in the Capital City are invited to a public meeting at City Hall on Monday at noon.

The program is aimed helping owners of larger homes to create additional dwelling units in their home that would allow them to remain in place but generate additional income.

The program aims to assist with the building and initial leasing of an accessory dwelling unit , including help with pre-construction design and securing of finances, contractor procurement and project management, and finally, tenant selection and lease up procedures.

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