CoHo Reaches Consensus on Color Design!

CoHo has been relieved! We reached “consensus” with the color combination and paint design of our buildings!Some community residents formed groups to take the color palette we were satisfied with and come up with designs that would meet our needs. These groups of dedicated people (including some kids!) spent many hours laying out different options […]

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CoHo Reaches Color Consensus!

It’s been over a year now since the idea of picking colors for buildings was introduced. The buildings at CoHo will soon be due for fresh exterior paint, because it’s our proactive approach to sustaining long-lasting structures. Even our buildings need some love!So here at CoHo we like to use consensus for making decisions. An […]

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Then and Now #28 – October 2006 and October 2014

INTRODUCTION TO THE “THEN AND NOW” SERIES Visitors touring CoHo sometimes ask how our expectations for community prior to move-in differ from our current day-to-day reality. Comparing “then and now” is the framework for this series of blog postings.  The source of historical perspective is the CoHo newsletters published in 2006 and 2007 (they are […]

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More Ooching at CoHo

In the past several months, more areas around CoHo have been the target of ooching (a blend of scooting and inching that is basically a temporary trial of an option to get feedback prior to making a decision). The patio outside the common house is a large paved area that could be transformed into an […]

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Then and Now #26 – September 2006 and September 2014

INTRODUCTION TO THE “THEN AND NOW” SERIES Visitors touring CoHo sometimes ask how our expectations for community prior to move-in differ from our current day-to-day reality. Comparing “then and now” is the framework for this series of blog postings.  The source of historical perspective is the CoHo newsletters published in 2006 and 2007 (they are […]

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Ooching the Arch

Since the first “ooch” in January, CoHoots have used this strategy in several venues. “Ooch” is a blend of “inch” and “scoot” and is a temporary trial to gain experience and solicit input on a possible change. A temporary path featured an arch in one location.  With this ooch, an arch-like structure (which is itself an […]

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