Re: PARKING
From: J.C. (John Clifford) Armbruster (jcarmbrusterearthlink.net)
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 23:35:38 -0600 (MDT)
We'd like to hear back from groups, particularly among Windrose (Port
Townsend, WA) Trillium Hollow (Portland, OR), Puget Ridge (West Seattle,
WA) and Windslow (Bainbridge Island, WA) on what your
household-to-parking space ratios are.

Can you give us a figure based either on cars-per-household, which is
kinda rough, or be more specific, and tell us your household unit mix (5
four-bedroom, 6 3-bedroom, 8 2-bedroom, 6 one-bedroom), plus your total
parking spaces?

I believe we're currently setting aside 1.5 car spaces per household,
but would like to lower the car space side of the ration.  Your "built
cohousing" parking figures might help us convince the city officials
that a smaller carspace count will work for us, too.

Much obliged.  Greetings to Chris and Kelly (Trillium), Tom Whitmore
(Puget Ridge), Zev Paiss (wherever you are), and Ann Zabaldo (Liberty
Village).
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