Re: Clothes Lines
From: eileen mccourt (emccourtCHARTER.NET)
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 07:26:18 -0700 (PDT)
Paso Robles, CA has a rule against clotheslines that are visible to the
street, which I think many suburban cities do.  Since we are in the city
limits, we have to follow that rule.

Eileen McCourt
Oak Creek Commons
Paso Robles, CA

-----Original Message-----
From: Elisabeth [mailto:drite30 [at]] 
Sent: Sunday, July 16, 2006 10:53 PM
To: Cohousing-L
Subject: Re: [C-L]_ Clothes Lines

I don't want to congest bandwith here with this topic..but.....what is the
reason for some communities to not use clothelines?
  Sorry if it's really obvious!,..I recently have been exploring cohousing
as a possibility..thanks is advance..
Tilstra <tilstra [at]> wrote:
  We have quite a few older singles who do not have the equity to purchase
their own house in a cohousing development. 

However, if (some of the) units in a cohousing development are designed
with this in mind (eg. an ensuite for each bedroom), it should be
possible to offer home co-ownership arrangements (eg. See ). 

For example, the 'Golden Girls' set-up appears to have four singles who
share a house. Whilst I can't imagine it would be the responsibility of
a cohousing group to do the matchmaking, it would lower the financial
threshold for joining a cohousing community.

What do you think?

skype hans.tilstra

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