|vegan cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Thomas Alexander (70372.267compuserve.com)|
|Date: Thu, 19 Dec 1996 16:54:45 -0600|
Hi Pam, The topic of "additions to" or "limits on" cohousing has been discussed in great lenth on Cohousing-L before. I read all about it in the subject structured archives. (You should be able to find it from www.cohousing.org -- perhaps it's http://www.cohousing.org/struc/root.html) That is much of what you are bringing up - so perhaps it would be useful to check out what has been said on this before. Specific to your situation, what about children who grow up and decide they want to eat hot dogs or ice cream? What about singles who marry meat-eaters? Actually, your suggestion reminds me of something a law student friend of mine heard in a property law class -- some case involving covenanted property which included a clause something like "this property shall remain the property of Joe Blow and his assigns provided alchohol is not consumed on the premesis. If alchohol is consumed on the premesis, ownership shall revert to Jane Doe or her legal heirs." That could cause some interesting problems in 75 years. This seems a bit of an invasion of privacy - if it is extended into the private spaces. However, if there is interest in having "vegan only" meals in the common house, and your community caters to vegans, that might be more workable. Thos
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