From: Chris Kennedy (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jun 12 2009 - 10:31:05 PDT
Good point, Stephen. Probably the best way to start to prepare is to
continue to pay "rent" as if they were in the old space (rent being
presumably still part of the budget), but to put that amount in a savings
account for when the five years are up. It would be a head start on market
On 6/12/09 1:07 PM, "FRAMEWORKS automatic digest system"
<email suppressed> wrote:
> Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 21:33:19 -0400
> From: Stephen Kent Jusick <email suppressed>
> Subject: Re: Film-Makers' Cooperative new home
> While this new home might be exciting, I hope everyone is preparing for the
> move and the fundraisng that will be necessary in 5 years when the
> new Coop space
> will revert to market-rate rents. I'm sure a new solution can be
> found, but people
> should be under no illusions that the Coop's troubles are now gone.
> Five years is a short time when it comes to institutions, and I hope
> that the community
> is preparing for the inevitable change that will happen then.
> Of course we can enjoy the new space while it's available, but I
> think a clear eye
> looking ahead is prudent.
> Anyone have ideas for 2014? Or better yet, a benefit now?
> Stephen Kent Jusick
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