|Winter Issue of CoHousing Journal||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Cohomag (Cohomagaol.com)|
|Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 15:25:20 -0600|
The Winter issue of CoHousing (the quarterly printed journal) was finally mailed last week from Colorado (a little later than usual). Here's a brief run-down on the contents of this issue: * Update on Nomad CoHousing, a "developer-driven" urban project (near downtown Boulder) with 7 permanently affordable units. * Report about 6 CoHousing projects that recently received awards from HUD for innovative approaches to homeownership. (Unfortunately, it contains a mistake that we didn't discover until after we went to press: one of the winners is Grail CoHousing in San Jose, CA -- not Grell CoHousing in San Luis Obispo. Still we're sure that both Grail and Grell will be Great.) * "Creating Your CC&R's" by Katie McCamant * Photo-Feature about EcoVillage Ithaca * An Interview With Jim Leach (developer of Nomad CoHousing and other projects in Colorado) * "Exploring the Ideology of CoHousing" by Bill Ray Boyd and Spring Friedlander * "Delegating Decisions" by Rob Sandelin * Report on Pomeroy Lane, a limited-equity cooperative (mixed-income and mixed-ability project) that was developed by a Massachusetts nonprofit and based on CoHousing design principles (article by Ann Bruner) * Tips on Forming a Group (by Chris Hanson) plus our usual news section, CoHome listings and regional inserts for various parts of the U.S. and Canada Our standard informational blurb on the journal is appended to the end of this message. If you have any comments you'd like to share in the journal's Letters column -- or if you have any article ideas you'd like to suggest or pursue -- please send a message to me at cohomag [at] aol.com. Don Lindemann, editor (who, with wife Ellen Smith, will finally be moving into his own CoHome in Berkeley CoHousing on February 15th). ************************************************** CoHousing is published quarterly by The CoHousing Network, P.O.Box 2584, Berkeley, CA 94702; 510-526-6124. $25.00 per year; sample issues $5.00. (Please add $10 for international subscription orders.) Bulk rates available for groups and resale; please inquire. The journal provides news and information about the development process as well as life in CoHousing communities. Four-page regional inserts list existing communities and report on the activities of development groups around the United States and Canada.
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