Report on our first Meetup

Thank you for attending our first gathering at Panera. It was great to connect with old friends and make new ones, and I am personally grateful for your interest and participation.

After reviewing all responses on the print-outs of properties now for rent, I realized we had identified several that would work for most or all of us right now, if we were ready. And I had made just a cursory search of and craigslist, so I know we’ll be able to find properties when we have our first group of 3 to 6 people who are ready, willing and able to “live better for less.”

If you have not yet done so, please:

  • Sign up for the Coliving Tampa Bay email list here.
  • Complete the online questionnaire here. It doesn’t matter if you’re not ready now or won’t be next year; we need to start a database of interested parties so that, when we do have enough people to start a matching program, we will be able to propose matches to properties. There is no obligation or cost associated with completing the questionnaire.

Update on Chinsegut Hill visit: I have requested a tour of the property for Sunday afternoon, July 14, through the Hernando County administrator’s office. I’ve also contacted the property through its website. I’ll keep you posted on the response. You may want to block out that Sunday afternoon until we get an answer from the county,

Here is a link to the recent Tampa Bay Times story about Chinsegut Hill.

And here is a link to Chinsegut Hill’s Facebook page.

I will be in touch with Brig, founder of the Tampa Bay Co-housing Meetup, about the Chinsegut Hill tour. His group has 300+ members.

Thanks again for attending. If you missed our first Meetup, please subscribe to announcements so you won’t miss anything!

— Posted by Cheryl Harrison


July 5, 2019 — Sundays are not available for tours of Chinsegut Hill. We are working with Hernando County staff to find a date for a tour of the property.

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