|Re: Your community social fabric and HOA dues||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Elizabeth Magill (pastorlizmgmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 08:32:19 -0700 (PDT)|
>>On the social class topic, if you have "camps" that form in your community >>around >>house size, how does your community bridge those differences? Our houses vary from 750sf to 2100sf, from 1BR to 4BR, about 1/4 are affordable homes. The divisions that *I* am aware of in our community are: -People with young kids, people without young kids -North Kingdom, South Kingdom (not actually conflict, we just don't *see* each other) -Maybe people who mostly come to meals and people who don't often? -We may still have some conflict between folk who paid full price and people who bought the homes after the prices were discounted. (This maps with early move-in versus late move-in--over two years, so maybe money wasn't the issue?) -We may still have some conflict between guarantors of the construction loan and folk who didn't guarantee the loan (although in the end the non-guarantors helped make that all work out ok.) So, the answer is that we've had some conflict around money but it isn't matched with either unit *size* nor with *affordable versus market rate*. It's possible other folks at Mosaic see different conflict than I do, of course. -- -Liz (The Rev. Dr.) Elizabeth M. Magill www.mosaic-commons.org in Berlin, MA 508-450-0431
Your community social fabric and HOA dues Alan O'Hashi, October 30 2017
- Re: Your community social fabric and HOA dues Sharon Villines, October 30 2017
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