Little River Tenancy in Common
Port Angeles, Washington, United States
- Last updated: October 8, 2017 (2 seconds ago)
- Listing created on: January 18, 2010
- Status: Established (At least 4+ adults, 2+ years)
- Started Planning: 1974
- Start Living Together: 1976
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Open to new Members: Not currently, but there is a list or possibly in the future
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- Contact Name: Little River Tenancy in Common
- Phone: 360 670 7415
- Community Address:
1996 Little River Rd.
Port Angeles, Washington, 98363
- Type(s): Cohousing (individual homes within group owned property)
- Programs & Activities: Neighborhood, Community Housing, or Homeowner’s Association
- Location: Rural
- Decision Making: Modified Consensus (everyone agrees, with some exceptions or fallbacks.)
- Identified Leader: No
- Leadership Core Group: No
- Dues, Fees, or Shared Expenses: Yes
- Shared Income: None
- Required Labor Contribution per Week: 0
- Open to members with existing debt: Yes
- Additional Comments:
One work day per month, and other various tasks as needed
Members need to buy a share of the TIC.
There are monthly dues.
- Energy Infrastructure: We are connected to the grid.
- Current renewable energy generation: 26-49%
- Energy sources: Hydro-Electric, Geothermal, Clean Energy from the Grid
- Planned renewable energy generation: 26-49%
- Current food produced: Up to 25%
- Common Facilities: Garden(s), Outbuilding(s)
- Internet Available: Yes, individuals provide it
- Internet Fast?: No, it is slow.
- Cell Phone Service: Good for most people.
- Shared meals: 1-3 times per month
- Dietary Practice: Omnivorous (plants and animals)
- Dietary Choice or Restrictions: No – people may eat however they wish.
- Special Diets OK: Yes
- Alcohol Use: Yes, used occasionally.
- Tobacco Use: Yes, used seldomly, or ceremoniously.
- Education Style(s): Up to each family or individual
- Healthcare Options: Up to each family or individual
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