|Re: The reverse of one person blocking consensus||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: R Philip Dowds (rpdowdscomcast.net)|
|Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 23:33:46 -0700 (PDT)|
At Cornerstone, it takes a minimum of three households to join in making a proposal that is eligible for time at Plenary (General Meeting of the whole). If there are objections to that proposal, both proponents and opponents are supposed to meet to resolve the objection prior to the next Plenary; either the proposal is amended, or the objectors are mollified in some other way. Or not. We've never had a situation where the same proposal keeps coming back and failing for the same reason. The problem we have more often is that proposals never get made or discussed because the likelihood of failure, or unpleasant interactions, seems too high. R Philip Dowds Cornerstone Cohousing 175 Harvey Street, Unit 5 Cambridge, MA 02140 617.354.6094 On Jun 6, 2012, at 11:19 PM, David Heimann wrote: > > > Hello All, > > There has been a great deal of discussion and information about > how to address things when one person blocks consensus. I would like some > information about the reverse situation -- how to address the situation > where one person keeps bringing up a given issue/proposal? > > Thanks, > David Heimann > JP Cohousing > > > _________________________________________________________________ > Cohousing-L mailing list -- Unsubscribe, archives and other info at: > http://www.cohousing.org/cohousing-L/ > >
- The reverse of one person blocking consensus David Heimann, June 6 2012
- Re: The reverse of one person blocking consensus Sharon Villines, June 7 2012
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