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-Meghan: Next week we have three shifts. Those people are aware of their shift. One person got back to me with her shopping list. Said that, since I'm leaving, she wouldn'​t mind doing her own shopping. People Friday never got back to me. Victor cooking Monday. Said that he will deal with it. I don't know how the eating contest ​will go. Jesse said that he doesn'​t mind being in charge while I'm gone, but he has been in charge for the past month. The people who said they'd cook will just have to cook and buy their own groceries.+Meghan: Next week we have three shifts. Those people are aware of their shift. One person got back to me with her shopping list. Said that, since I'm leaving, she wouldn'​t mind doing her own shopping. People Friday never got back to me. Victor cooking Monday. Said that he will deal with it. I don't know how the election ​will go. Jesse said that he doesn'​t mind being in charge while I'm gone, but he has been in charge for the past month. The people who said they'd cook will just have to cook and buy their own groceries.
  
  
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-Gatlin: Trying to do eating contests ​right now. You'll get them under your door, or I'll find you in person. I probably did not properly communicate. Made a lot of assumptions having lived in coops. Implicit assumptions is that schedules repeat until they'​re changed. Also, Azzurra'​s labor needs to be switched around.+Gatlin: Trying to do elections ​right now. You'll get them under your door, or I'll find you in person. I probably did not properly communicate. Made a lot of assumptions having lived in coops. Implicit assumptions is that schedules repeat until they'​re changed. Also, Azzurra'​s labor needs to be switched around.
  
  
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-**(Hannah) In the event of our next vacancy do we want to continue generating income from renting out the common ​spaaace, or phasing out the renting of common rooms?​** ​+**(Hannah) In the event of our next vacancy do we want to continue generating income from renting out the common ​space, or phasing out the renting of common rooms?​** ​
  
  
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-Greg: Nearest-term opportunity to have a big amount of spaaace ​out is to empty out the back bedrooms and knock out the door. Would give us a very large room that we can do something with. Going down from 3 to 2, we can do a lot.+Greg: Nearest-term opportunity to have a big amount of space out is to empty out the back bedrooms and knock out the door. Would give us a very large room that we can do something with. Going down from 3 to 2, we can do a lot.
  
  
-Meghan: Is it possible to get a cost-benefit?​ If we don't have anyone living here, it's awesome that we can work on the house, but, if we don't have money, then it's just empty spaaace.+Meghan: Is it possible to get a cost-benefit?​ If we don't have anyone living here, it's awesome that we can work on the house, but, if we don't have money, then it's just empty space.
  
  
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-Meghan: Whenever the next vacancy comes up, will we have money to renovate that empty spaaace?+Meghan: Whenever the next vacancy comes up, will we have money to renovate that empty space?
  
  
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-Meghan: Will need spaaace ​if we'll have a community kitchen.+Meghan: Will need space if we'll have a community kitchen.
  
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