Libertyvillage. This is an intergenerational community of 20 households currently with eventual plans for forty families. The important aspect of co-housing is that families agree to live in a community that has mutual support and interaction as its core value. This is what attracts the families to this community. These communities develop in response to the feeling that we have lost the bonds that used to define past communities.
A couple of weeks ago I received an email from David Griesman at the Columbia Association about a meeting to be held in Columbia on November 8th to explore an idea that has some similarity to the concept discussed above but with a twist. As the email described it: