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|From: Dahako (Dahakoaol.com)|
|Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 07:36:33 -0600 (MDT)|
Hi all - Our group, Eno Commons, is working through a discussion about whether to put in a pedway that can support vehicle traffic or not. Our initial design shows a five foot wide walkway with no vehicle access, but we have a 20 foot easement to work with. All of our homes face this easement (the site plan is posted at www.employees.org/~enoweb). My questions are: -If you are in a neighborhood without vehicle access to all of your units, how has this worked out for ambulance/fire/general-flashing-lights-and sirens access? How does your group think about your choice? -Again, if you do not have vehicle access to all units, have you made any special provisions for dealing with an foot/leg injured member in bad weather (we had this happen), piano/refrigerator delivery, moving in and out, and other heavy-lifting or special duty, but schedulable transportation in and through the neighborhood? -If you do have vehicle access through interior space, how has this worked out? How are you dealing with kids? What do we need to know if we choose to allow such access? Thanks - Jessie Handforth Kome Eno Commons Durham, NC dahako [at] aol.com Where the peas are done and the chard is coming in in the community garden. The kids are out of school and creating an elaborate maze looking structure in the big sand pile. And having a commons house is wonderful, but I no longer have the excuse of hosting meetings and community dinners to force me to clean my house.
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