Re: Recruiting for Families
From: Robert Heinich (robert_heinichjuno.com)
Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2004 11:55:48 -0700 (PDT)
The reason why Eno Commons is blessed with so many children is primarily
due to Jessie and her children.  Once she and her family joined, other
folks with children joined.

-Robert Heinich
 Eno Commons Cohousing Neighborhood
 Durham, NC
 * 22 units
 * 21 on-site kids
 *  7 off-site kids
 * and we have one house for sale
 

On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 22:02:37 EDT Dahako [at] aol.com writes:
> Hi all -
> 
> Remember, age discrimination (except in developments for senior 
> citizens) is 
> against the law in the U.S.  So you can target families in your 
> advertisements 
> and marketing.  You can add lots of family-friendly features to your 
> meetings 
> and buildings.  But you had best avoid a set-aside of units that 
> might 
> require you to fail to sell to someone because of their age 
> (arguably).
> 
> -Jessie Handforth Kome
> Eastern Village Cohousing
> Silver Spring, MD
> "Where the second member household (mine) in our very urban 
> neighborhood had 
> two school-age kids and things have blossomed from there.  49 of 56 
> units sold 
> - and about 10 households have kids at home. Two new members born 
> this year 
> and one on the way and we haven't even moved in yet!"
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