The Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) tells MHProNews of its concerns relevant to accessibility guidelines for emergency transportable housing (ETH) as published by the U.S. Architectural and Transportation Compliance Board (Access Board). While it has no objections to the proposed guidelines, it agrees with the Access Board’s decision to not include ‘indoor environmental quality” (IEQ). More importantly, MHARR wants to make sure “that any such guidelines for public sector purchases should not be applied to private sector transactions” because it would restrict the availability of the homes to persons of more modest means. For more details, please click here.