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-(Jesse L Mabus) Establish a new payment plan as I have been unable to make payment of my rent. He lost his contract gig 2-3 months ago, hasn't had income since then, has a research position at ACC, but is getting fewer hours and smaller pay than initially promised. He will start working at an elections office on Monday, so will have income again to start making up about 2/3 of the amount in arrears. He is 2 months in arrears and would like to pay $650 a month to catch up. __Points of information__:​ We have passed a similar proposal once in the past. __Concerns__:​ Last payment received was November 18. In August ​her requested a payment plan for $170 labor fines, which he is working on. Current amount owed is $1220 and contract ends June 30. He would need to pay $735/month for rent and back rent to catch up by June 30. He has only paid 1/10 of his labor fines. Response: He owes $860 in rent and the rest in labor. He will pay $600-900 for monies in arrears by Feb 1, and then $645 per month for 2 months. Question: Are you now keeping up on labor? Response from Richard: 7 no-shows in December, which puts him at risk of member review. Question: What is your labor? Garden, Commons clean, courtyard clean. Has the most difficulty keeping up with Commons clean because of other obligations. Richard says the days could be swapped. ​ **Proposal passes by consensus. **+(Jesse L Mabus) Establish a new payment plan as I have been unable to make payment of my rent. He lost his contract gig 2-3 months ago, hasn't had income since then, has a research position at ACC, but is getting fewer hours and smaller pay than initially promised. He will start working at an elections office on Monday, so will have income again to start making up about 2/3 of the amount in arrears. He is 2 months in arrears and would like to pay $650 a month to catch up. __Points of information__:​ We have passed a similar proposal once in the past. __Concerns__:​ Last payment received was November 18. In August ​he requested a payment plan for $170 labor fines, which he is working on. Current amount owed is $1220 and contract ends June 30. He would need to pay $735/month for rent and back rent to catch up by June 30. He has only paid 1/10 of his labor fines. Response: He owes $860 in rent and the rest in labor. He will pay $600-900 for monies in arrears by Feb 1, and then $645 per month for 2 months. Question: Are you now keeping up on labor? Response from Richard: 7 no-shows in December, which puts him at risk of member review. Question: What is your labor? Garden, Commons clean, courtyard clean. Has the most difficulty keeping up with Commons clean because of other obligations. Richard says the days could be swapped. **Proposal passes by consensus. **
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 Michael just became an Associate member. Michael just became an Associate member.
  
-What is the possibility of doing extra labor? Extra labor can be used to offset other labor but not rent.+From Russ: What is the possibility of doing extra labor? Extra labor can be used to offset other labor but not rent.
  
 Corey is re-writing the rental contract and invites review and comments. Corey is re-writing the rental contract and invites review and comments.
  
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