|Insurance||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: mikearnott (mikearnottjuno.com)|
|Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 17:05:44 -0800 (PST)|
Our insurance company is dropping us due to having too many properties in the area, and if a major catastrophe were to occur they would have too many claims. Who do other Massachusetts or New England Cohousing communities use for your insurance? We have had problems getting a good selection of companies due to our woodworking shop (under lock and key with designated users signing a release form.) We also have a kids play room for about the age 6 and under set. We have an arts and craft room which is locked. Of course we have a common kitchen and dining room. We have a snowblower and do our own shoveling and blowing (after a hired company destroyed a new tree, additional plantings and hit a car). We are also in the process of setting up an exercise room which will also be under lock and key with designated users only. To add to a discussion thead that was going on earlier: We only allow private venders/ workshop people if they have proof of insurance, and they must have a resident present at all times. Any large parties such as a wedding reception we require insurance for the alcohol. Anyone from any part of the country is welcome to give advise on insurance. Thanks Mary White Cornerstone Cohousing Community Harvey St. Cambridge MA www.cornerstonecohousing.org
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- insurance Leah, June 14 2007
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