|commercial kitchens, again||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Judy (BAXTER%EPIHUBVX.CIS.UMN.EDU)|
|Date: Wed, 7 Dec 94 09:21 CST|
Well, I guess I wasn't very clear last week when I asked about commercial kitchens - now I think at least the question is clearer. It sounds likely that we will be required to be a "commercial kitchen" because are cooking for a large group on a regular basis. We will, of course, find out the local regs. But there is some impression among a few people that there may be some flexibility/room for interpretation (Catherine Kehl wrote here, too, that "I think Puget Ridge co-housing had to have a commercial kitchen, though they were exempted from the two gender segregated bathroom bit (which often comes with the commercial kitchen....)". So, the questions are: -Of the "built or designed groups" - did you have to have a commercial Kitchen? -Were you able to get any exemptions? -How did you handle the requirements? Make it more homey? Any experience out there? Judy Judy Baxter, Monterey Cohousing Community, (MoCoCo) Twin Cities Area, Minneapolis/St.Paul Minnesota e-mail: baxter [at] epivax.epi.umn.edu
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