|Re: public use of coho facilities & liability||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: MelaSilva (MelaSilvaaol.com)|
|Date: Thu, 18 Jan 1996 10:43:50 -0600|
In a message dated 96-01-17 12:39:04 EST, you write: >The social issues with outside kids using the playground dwarf the legal >ones in our experience. > It can also mean having to supervise other people kids, without being >asked, or without wanting to. Our small kids playground is for use only by our kids and their invited guests. Our basketball hoop became the star of the neighborhood and the bane of our existance in one long noisy day. A small group formed and set rules. A wooden box was made and fastened to the hoop with a bike chain and lock. If any one from inside or outside cohousing want to play, it is open from 4-6. At 6 it is closed. From 7-9 our kids can reopen it, but it is not open to anyone from the neighborhood unless one of our kids invites them. This works well It also showed us that we could take chances and deal with resulting problems. We still haven't dealt with the issue of skateboarding. Any suggestions? Mela Silva Southside Park Sacramento CA
- public use of coho facilities & liability Denise Meier and/or Michael Jacob, January 15 1996
- Re: public use of coho facilities & liability Stuart Staniford-Chen, January 18 1996
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