|Economic diversity in cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Dan Everett (dmepollux.cs.uga.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 08:39:57 -0500|
Denise Meier (Sebastopol, CA) writes: > So much for economic diversity! We have two subsidized, low-income units. > The other twelve households are ones who can come up with $50,000 - > $90,000 while still living in a home they may own! That's two more subsidized units than your typical twelve upper middle class homeowners are supporting. If we could all do as well, we'd be making a MAJOR contribution to both neighborhood income diversity and social justice in this greedy society of ours. We're trying for about that ratio of affordable units at Kenney Ridge Phase II, and I for one will be ecstatic if we get it. So please accept my hearty congratulations! And please continue to bitch, moan, rant, and rave about how far you are falling short of your idealistic goals. I'm proud to be part of your tribe. Dan Everett Kenney Ridge Community Athens GA
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