Message from Ghostler in Cascade Front #general
I'm not sure, I would imagine some areas have laws blocking that loophole, but it seems plausible in others.
Seems like something you could do in my state.
I guess once we're dead set on a particular site we can figure it out from there
could we have housing owned by the farm we "work" for?
So essentially we need to decide on a property to start on, fund it in a smart way with our own donations, find a loophole or permit for moving multiple families into it based on the laws of the area, build additional housing to accommodate them, establish farms and agricultural infrastructure for income, and expand from there?
That's the broad strokes yeah.
Could also each by a bunch of smaller lots adjacent to one larger agricultural lot and build housing on the small ones and develop the large one for agriculture
once we own the land we can parcel it out by changing the deed with the county.
This is seeming more and more doable by the day
Although we should still keep recruiting additional good people who are on board with this, as many wallets make light bills
Some of the buildings like water wheels and cabins we can have constructed off site and drive them in ourselves also, if we're ever pressed for time or have a task that requires additional expertise
Also would be nice if we had at least one law or finance savy brother here who could help in situations where we'd have to get zoning and deed revision all squared away. Something to think about for anyone considering a degree. We will need a money and numbers guy, and it would be better he be one of ours than (((someone))) from outside the group.
i'm pretty good with math
Finance is way more than that, man. It's why there's entire degrees for it. Crazy shit in the tax code.
That's something we need to consider
If we have one guy to sit in the beerhall office and keep the books in order, the rest of us can keep farming and building and breeding
I call dibs
The only issue is that might cause some grating, so it might be a good plan if we give that to the more senior (but not senile) folks, where they can't work as physically as the younger men but still should contribute.
Sorry. Nows not the time for jokes
But there may or may not be any senior people who can do finances quite so well, which, of course, just brings us back to the same issue.
There's plenty of old stuffy white nationalists who would be happy to crunch numbers for us whippersnappers
We just need to recruit is a grandpa Pierce
reminder we are going to have a voice meeting at 9pm est, an hour from now
is it fine if i don't have a mic
yes speaking is not mandatory
I'm going to be out hiking with my family. How long do you think it'll last?
well ill spend about 10 mins talking about stuff, after that its going to be a free for all, so it depends on how much people want to talk
you dont have to stay for the entire thing
Can I pop in for an overview of things after? We're usually out for a few hours.
i you cant make it for 9pm thats fine
@K_Wagner "Question, are you allowed to build housing for multiple families on a single piece of land like that?"
Late reply, but it all depends on zoning. Most farms are zoned as agriculture/residential and will state if they have a limitation on what housing can be built. Like "No more than 2 residential family buildings"