|Re: Large animal policies||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Ann Zabaldo (ann.zabaldogmail.com)|
|Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 08:28:23 -0800 (PST)|
Rob -- I'm interested in this view of "standing aside." You say a person who stands aside is not asked to participate in the activity or decision being made. In this issue of large animal and raising animals for food I can see where dissenting members could stand aside and the other folks could proceed. What if the proposal is workshare? A person could simply "stand aside" and not participate? This is one of those fine points of consensus that still needs to be worked out. I"m also wondering what happens when the issue is one of financing repairs or maintenance of limited common elements? Ann Z. Takoma Village Washington DC On Feb 1, 2008 11:06 AM, Rob Sandelin <floriferous [at] msn.com> wrote: > > One of the problems that arises in consensus groups is when people base > group decisions on their own belief systems as opposed to the best interests > of the group. -- Ann Zabaldo Voice 202-291-7892 Fax 202-291-8594 Takoma Village Cohousing Washington, DC Principal, Cohousing Collaborative, LLC McLean, VA
- Large animal policies J Boerst, January 31 2008
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