|RE: Cost Apportionment of Infrastructure||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Ian Higginbottom (Ian.Higginbottomml.csiro.au)|
|Date: Sun, 20 Nov 94 23:47 CST|
Rob Sandelin wrote > At Sharingwood we chose an egalitarian decision structure and an >egalitarian funding structure. One home, one vote, one equal share of >all the costs. > At Cascade cohousing we also sought an egalitarian funding and decission making structure (along with other goals) We have a fairly even mix of one person households and two or more person households. Our one person households tend not to see a per home share of costs as egalitarian and our two person households do not see a one vote per home system as egalitarian. I guess the relevant questions are what is the economic unit, the household or the person? and what is the decsion making unit the household or the person? The answers are likely to vary from group to group and even between households within one group. So what is egalitarian is not absolute. Different groups trying to be egalitarian are likely to come up with different solutions. Ian Higginbottom Cascade Cohousing
- Cost Apportionment of Infrastructure RAYGASSER, November 14 1994
- Re: Cost Apportionment of Infrastructure David Hungerford, November 23 1994
- Re: Cost Apportionment of Infrastructure Judy, November 23 1994
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