Back in October, I was fortunate enough to run into Mike Kiess from Vital Communities at the NHHFA Housing and the Economy Conference. Mike suggested that I could ask people what kinds of housing would serve their needs. His questions:
- What are your plans? At some time in the future, you may choose not to live in your current home. Where do you plan to live? What will that home look like?
- What services do you think you’ll need over time? Who will provide them? Will they live in Lyme? If not, how far do you expect they will have to travel to get to you?
- What’s going to happen to your current home? Are there Lyme residents who might move in? Or will you hope/expect that it will be someone from out of town?
So, what are your plans? I’d like to hear them – email@example.com or maybe we can have coffee. Thanks!
Update – 11 March 2020: Condensed the post to its essentials.
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