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|From: MLYNCHIN (MLYNCHINaol.com)|
|Date: Fri, 6 Jun 1997 11:47:03 -0500|
I'm wondering how long coho groups allow for their planning meetings. I would think it is based on the number of members and the number of issues and/or complexity. The group started out with 3-4 households, eventually grew to 7 households, then dramatically jumped to the mid-teens in the last couple of months. We moved to a larger meeting location, but the meeting length of 7:15 to 9:30 after work, twice a month, has remained the same, and I think it is hurting the consensus process in that everyone feels the pressure of time so issues are not being discussed thoroughly, and agenda items keep getting deferred to "the next meeting," but then they are not on the agenda and therefore lost. Obviously we are not paying attention to our growing pains. Advice? Comments? Stories? Marilyn Chin Old Oakland CoHousing at Swan's Market in Oakland, CA. With 20 units and 4 spaces remaining
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