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 Previous Meeting Minutes Read Aloud By Barak Previous Meeting Minutes Read Aloud By Barak
  
-=====   McAllen’s ​Agenda Item:    ​=====+===== Wiki Updates ===== 
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 +(McAllen) Allow McAllen to defer 3 out of his 4 weekly labor hours (all on Grounds) Until December due to his extremely heavy work load at school this semester. McAllen wishes to make up a total of 48 hours during a 4 week period beginning December 13th and ending January 7th. The 48 hours comprises a period of 16 weeks during which McAllen is in school - August 28th through December 12th. 
  
 Hannah explains McAllen’s proposal to take on a large amount of labor hours during an established four week period so he can focus on school work without fearing repercussions from missing typical labor hours. Hannah explains McAllen’s proposal to take on a large amount of labor hours during an established four week period so he can focus on school work without fearing repercussions from missing typical labor hours.
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 Amendment is ratified. Amendment is ratified.
  
-=====   Nolan and Sarah’s Item:   =====+Amended item passes by consensus.
  
-Hannah reads a statement requesting Melissa receive an invoice.+===== Agenda Item 2 =====
  
-Nolan gets Sarah on the phone. +(Richard, ​PaulCorey) Member review ​of Chris for engaging in hostile ​and uncooperative behavior ​against ​prospective members as means of undermining open membership ​and fair housing.
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-Nolan says we will charge people for maintenance requests. This deters maintenance requests that are made in bad faith. +
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-Richard ​reads Melissa’s statement. Melissa says she doesn’t understand why she has to pay since a technician turned off her AC breaker without her knowledge. +
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-Nolan asks why a technician would turn off her AC breaker without her knowledge and if this has happened to anyone else. +
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-Sarah observes that the lease agreements provide for charging residents for maintenance. +
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-Sylvester explains that it is plausible that a technician had to turn off the HVAC breaker in order to investigate the gas leak. +
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-Russ says he discovered a breaker was off in the closetmeaning someone knows how to do it. He also observes that the repairmen never discussed breakers as part of their remedy to the gas problem. +
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-Sylvester says the amount of people involved in the gas situation made communication difficult. +
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-Russ counters that he was present with the gas repairmen in the unit in questionand says none of the professional repairmen touched the breakers. +
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-Hannah asks how feasible it is to contact the repairmen to ask if they ever touched the breakers. +
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-Nolan suggests he call one of plumber to confirm or disconfirm Melissa’s claim that she did not flip the breaker. +
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-Cynthia asserts that if it is confirmed that the repairman didn’t touch the breaker, that Melissa is immediately responsible ​for the $89 invoice. +
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-Molly enters the meeting. +
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-Hannah asks if and why Melissa would flip the breaker. +
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-Russ explains that Melissa is against ​AC, and explains ​series of examples of how Melissa reduced functionality of several devices in the unit responsible for delivering air conditioning. +
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-Hannah asks why Melissa would call professional AC repair. +
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-Nolan explains that there has been a history of spurious maintenance requests from Melissa. +
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-Barak asks if we have agreed on a set of conditions that, if met, would make Melissa responsible for the $89 invoice. +
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-Paul reads language from the lease agreement establishing the right to charge Melissa for the maintenance. +
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-Ryan observes that Melissa’s action could be classified as negligence. +
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-Richard shares concerns, including that people might reduce maintenance requests if they fear they will be charged. +
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-Cynthia suggests that Melissa’s alterations to her apartment have already been exorbitant for the co-op’s budget. +
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-Sarah counters that the amount ​of money that has been spent on Melissa’s apartment to date is not the issue at stake. +
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-Friendly amendment: Melissa is invoiced $89 and Nolan calls the plumber to confirm if he flipped the breaker. +
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-The amendment does not pass.+
  
-=====   ​Membership Review of Chris: ​  ===== 
  
 Hannah asks if Chris would like to speak. Hannah asks if Chris would like to speak.
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 Barak says Chris’ reputation has preceded him; he almost didn’t move in because Chris was the only option. Barak says Chris’ reputation has preceded him; he almost didn’t move in because Chris was the only option.
  
-Strawpoll ​results:+Straw poll results:
  
 5 for behavioral contract 5 for behavioral contract
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 2 - No 2 - No
  
-9 of 9 present members voted.+9 of 9 present members voted. Chris is to be given a notice to vacate as soon as possible. The notice should have a deadline of October 31. 
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 +===== Agenda Item 3 ===== 
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 +(Molly) Waive fee for Molly'​s contract break.
  
-=====   ​Molly’s Item:    ===== 
  
 Molly says she needs to break her contract on short notice. Molly says she needs to break her contract on short notice.
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 Item passes. Item passes.
  
-=====   New Business ​  =====+===== Agenda Item 4 =====
  
-Richard says he gives new residents one week before adding them to the labor schedule.+(Nolan and Sarah) Invoice Melissa $89 for an HVAC repair made on 09/20. The only AC issue the technician noticed was that the breaker had been manually turned off by someone in the unit. The technician can distinguish between a breaker that is manually turned off, and one that has been tripped by an electrical surge.
  
-Barak suggests scheduling ​key making workshop and making more keys for new residents.+Hannah reads statement requesting Melissa receive an invoice.
  
-===== Meeting adjourned=====+Nolan gets Sarah on the phone.
  
-=====   =====+Nolan says we will charge people for maintenance requests. This deters maintenance requests that are made in bad faith.
  
-===== Wiki Updates =====+Richard reads Melissa’s statement. Melissa says she doesn’t understand why she has to pay since a technician turned off her AC breaker without her knowledge.
  
-~~ FORM START DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE ~~+Nolan asks why a technician would turn off her AC breaker without her knowledge and if this has happened to anyone else.
  
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-~~ FORM END DO NOT EDIT ABOVE THIS LINE ~~+Nolan explains that there has been a history of spurious maintenance requests from Melissa.
  
-~~ AGENDA ITEM TEMPLATE START DO NOT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE ~~+Barak asks if we have agreed on a set of conditions that, if met, would make Melissa responsible for the $89 invoice.
  
-===== Agenda Item 1 =====+Paul reads language from the lease agreement establishing the right to charge Melissa for the maintenance.
  
-(McAllen) Allow McAllen to defer 3 out of his 4 weekly labor hours (all on Grounds) Until December due to his extremely heavy work load at school this semester. McAllen wishes to make up a total of 48 hours during a 4 week period beginning December 13th and ending January 7th. The 48 hours comprises a period of 16 weeks during which McAllen is in school - August 28th through December 12th.+Ryan observes that Melissa’s action could be classified as negligence.
  
-===== Agenda Item 2 =====+Richard shares concerns, including that people might reduce maintenance requests if they fear they will be charged.
  
-(Richard, Paul, Corey) Member review of Chris for engaging in hostile and uncooperative behavior against prospective members as a means of undermining open membership and fair housing.+Cynthia suggests that Melissa’s alterations to her apartment have already been exorbitant ​for the co-op’s budget.
  
-===== Agenda Item 3 =====+Sarah counters that the amount of money that has been spent on Melissa’s apartment to date is not the issue at stake.
  
-(Molly) Waive fee for Molly'​s contract break.+Friendly amendment: Melissa is invoiced $89 and Nolan calls the plumber to confirm if he flipped the breaker.
  
-===== Agenda Item 4 =====+The amendment does not pass.
  
-(Nolan and Sarah) Invoice Melissa $89 for an HVAC repair made on 09/20. The only AC issue the technician noticed was that the breaker had been manually turned off by someone in the unit. The technician can distinguish between a breaker that is manually turned off, and one that has been tripped by an electrical surge.+Item does not pass.
  
-===== Agenda Item 5 ===== 
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-(Sylvia Carroll) Requesting permission to store stuff in the common unit. Not a lot, maybe 4-5 boxes but not sure yet. It depends on how much space is allotted. In return I can provide some items from common usage, such as the crock pot and aluminum foil, and I have a sewing machine too if anyone'​s interested. There may be more items as I get stuff sorted out. My items will be labeled woh my initials. I request that these items not be removed from the commons without asking me. 
  
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 ===== New business ===== ===== New business =====
  
 +Richard says he gives new residents one week before adding them to the labor schedule.
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 +Barak suggests scheduling a key making workshop and making more keys for new residents.
  
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