Re: affordability
From: Philip W. Bush (Philip.W.BushDartmouth.EDU)
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 12:25:01 -0600 (MDT)
--- Gale wrote:
The conclusion seemed to be that for most really low-income folks the idea
of living in a group, going to meetings, having to make decisions with other
people, and all the other mechanisms of cohousing were kind of appalling -
the exact opposite of what they wanted.
--- end of quote ---
The two definite low-income families at Cobb Hill are a couple who are farmers 
who are running a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) garden on our farm, and 
a single parent who is a school teacher.  Another couple considering joining 
share parenting responsibilities and each work part time as teachers.  All have 
incomes below 85% of median income.  They all "buy in" to cohousing realities.
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