Dave Burton wrote:Hi Paul Chew!
I've looked at some more of your posts and would like to know more about how your community currently works.
From what it sounds like the community is consensus-based. Is this an accurate description, and what finer nuances are there to the functioning of your community?
About the in-kind labor for paying for yearly dues. If we set up an operation/business on the community land, would money from that be okay for paying dues?
I like that you have trout ponds. Do you have other fish ponds, as well?
Patrick Stanton wrote:Greetings, Paul, (and Dave!),
I'll just jump into the conversation, for a moment, to say that, from my experience living in International Community, there is a vast expanse to bridge at the time a project transitions from one owner to a group dynamic. It may be the most vital time for the ultimate success or failure; between the legalities of land "ownership" and decision-making authority, it's a massive ordeal...May you proceed with wisdom.
A Walton wrote:Hey Paul,
I've been reading your posts and I'd just like to say you seem like a great guy and to keep up your effort, it will pay off eventually.
Inevitably people need to earn some cash to get buy these days, even if it's just a little. What kind of internet is available on your land for those that manage to make a few bucks online?
Why should I lose weight? They make bigger overalls. And they sure don't make overalls for tiny ads:
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