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Carport Team

CAR PORT TEAM MANDATE

1. The Car Port Building Team coordinates and funds the construction of a six car carport at a community approved location.

a. Tasks include, overseeing design, permitting, construction, sales process and coordinating activities with the community.

b. The new car port is to have the same style, color, and general look and feel as existing car ports to the greatest extent possible.

2. Members are Ross, Scott, Dave S, Mike G, Victoria G, Dwight, Sarah F, Nancy, John B, Steve V, and Betsy. As they are either purchasing or trading spaces in the new car port.

a. Purchasers: Ross/Scott, Sarah/Dwight, Nancy, Mike/Victoria, John B, and Steve/Betsy.
b. Trades: Steve/Betsy trade with Dave S, Nancy trade with Sarah/Dwight for their existing carport, John trade with Scott/Ross for their existing carport.

c. Resulting in Scott, Ross, Sarah, Dwight, Mike/Victoria, and Dave S will have ports in the new 6-space carport.

3. Car Port Building Team decisions are made by consensus or by another method consensed on within the team.

4. The Car Port Building Team budget is money paid by team members to the HOA. Cash from team will be timed in such a way to ensure that Mosaic (HOA or Co-Housing) will not have to front money for this project.

5. The Car Port Building Team will issue reports to the plenary in regular intervals as the project proceeds.

7. Power Levels
* The Car Port Building Team has power level 2 (may bring a proposal to plenary) for car port location.
* The Car Port Building Team along with Trustees will decide (power level 4) the price of car port spaces and timing of payments to the community.

* The Car Port Building Team can make independent decisions (power level 4) about all other team-related tasks.

8. The Car Port Building Team accepts input from people not on the team by email, personal contact, or other means the team decides is appropriate. The team can establish a deadline for input on an issue.

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! Power Levels -- For Reference:
* Power Level 1: May ask that an issue come to plenary (at a minimum, everyone has this power, assuming the request meets the group-defined standards for what's plenary worthy).

* Power Level 2: May bring a proposal to plenary. This would generally happen in the context of a team operating within their territory and where the factors that need to be balanced have already been defined by the plenary.

* Power Level 3: May post a tentative decision which will become a group agreement if no one objects within a specified amount of time; the proposal need not come to plenary if concerns can be addressed outside.

* Power Level 4: May make making binding decisions on their own; they only have to announce the decision.



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