Work is underway to install a total of 15 modular cottages at two sites in Windsor and Fountaingrove nearly a year after October’s firestorm destroyed 5,300 homes in Sonoma County.

The cottages will provide short-term, affordable housing for those who lost homes or were displaced after the most destructive blaze in California’s history, with some units expected to be move-in ready next month. The cottages ultimately will be turned into accessory dwelling units, also known as granny units, placed on properties with single-family homes.

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