|Re: "Gawkers" at cohousing communities||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: SPINTUS (SPINTUSHULAW1.HARVARD.EDU)|
|Date: Thu, 5 Jan 95 13:07 CST|
On Thu, 5 Jan 1995, David Hungerford wrote: > >>In the handout materials for the Puget Sound Cohousing Network I list > >>etiquette for visiting. Maybe this should be spread wider via the > >>journal. > I just don't see why people have to be taught to be polite; i have a > sneaking suspicion that the people who would need to read the "etiquette" > would not be the ones reading the journal. I certainly understand your exasperation with the "gawkers", and was surprised that no one before you mentioned the issue of children's safety. I think, though, that those of us who are working on Cohousing projects but don't live in one yet may not have thought about issues such as this one. Having the "etiquette" printed in the journal would not only clue in novices reading the journal for the first time, but help those of us who will need a similar etiquette figure out what and how to write our own. Susan Pintus, Cornerstone, Arlington, MA
- Re: "Gawkers" at cohousing communities Bob Morrison, January 3 1995
- Re: "Gawkers" at cohousing communities Jim Snyder-Grant, January 13 1995
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