|Re: [Fwd: Re: Coho pet policy was Trillium Hollow Pet Policy - Thanks For All The Input]||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Ann Zabaldo (zabaldoearthlink.net)|
|Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2006 09:24:56 -0700 (PDT)|
Nancy -- thanks for sending your pet policy again. Looks as if you spent a lot of time crafting it. I am interested in how well it works for you. I'm sure others will be, too. Do let us know! -- Best -- Ann Zabaldo Principal, The Cohousing Collaborative Cohousing Consultant --Takoma Village --Eastern Village --Baltimore City --Annapolis --Concord Village ³The Road to Enlightenment is Long and Difficult... So Bring Cookies and a Magazine.² Wk 202 546 4654 FAX 202 291 8594 6827 4th St. NW #312 Washington, DC 20012-1945 On 7/3/06 3:10 PM, "Nancy Baumeister" <nancybee [at] peak.org> wrote: > > CoHo Ecovillage members acknowledge the fun, affection, comforts, and > meaning these companion animals add to their families lives. We also > acknowledge that some members may prefer neither to have pets nor to > interact with others pets. This policy regarding pets is intended to > promote a harmonious relationship among pets, pet owners, and non-pet > owners and a peaceful, clean, and safe environment for all. We also > value native wildlife and the environment and want to protect it from > the negative impact of pets. This policy does not cover farm animals. >
[Fwd: Re: Coho pet policy was Trillium Hollow Pet Policy - Thanks For All The Input] Nancy Baumeister, July 3 2006
- Re: [Fwd: Re: Coho pet policy was Trillium Hollow Pet Policy - Thanks For All The Input] Ann Zabaldo, July 4 2006
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