|Washington Times "Home Page" article on cohousing.||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H. Olson (fholsonmaroon.tc.umn.edu)|
|Date: Sat, 19 Jul 1997 11:07:44 -0500|
The flurry of publicity for cohousing in the media continues. I was interviewed today by Sarah Means smeans [at] journalist.com who got an assignment about 7/17 for a cover article to be in the Washington Times "Home Page" publication for Friday 7/26. It's not clear whether Home Page is distributed with or seperately from the newspaper. Home Page is about 80 pages in length and is sold "along side" the Times on news stands. The Wahington Times is DC's second (of 2) daily papers and has a circulation considerably smaller than the Post. It is described as "Report oriented". A few things I tried to emphasize: 1) We are trying to make cohousing an option for lower income people. I refered her to David Mandel by giving her David's email address and read his response to the USA Today artile to her and will be forwarding it to her. 2) Some of us are trying to do cohousing in the city and in existing housing. 3) That because cohousing is developed by the people who want to live in it, there is considerable diversity of people, income / cost, site design etc. 4) Cohousing is a part of a bigger movement seeking more community where we live. Fred -- Fred H. Olson fholson [at] tc.umn.edu Zipcode: 55411 (612)588-9532 Amateur radio: WB0YQM List manager of: Cohousing-L See www.cohousing.org and nbhd-tc the Twin Cities Neighborhood issues list. See www.freenet.msp.mn.us
Washington Times "Home Page" article on cohousing. Fred H. Olson, July 19 1997
- Re: Washington Times "Home Page" article on cohousing. Loren Davidson, July 19 1997
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