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My H.E.L.L.P model also includes multi-mixed use incubators, distributed rooftop virtual farms, virtual distributed TOD and meets most CNU charter goals.
It would see like a perfect fit for your mission and agendas. Again, please advise J.Peter.Holsman@comcast.net
After investing 10 years developing a whole-systems, mutual-investor-owner-tenant PRI solution for Sustainably Affordable Urban Neighborhood Re-development, initially in Chicago. After evaluating the 501c3, I have decided togo with an L3C to promote, license and franchise the program's I.P./copyrights to other L3C developers using PRIs. I am currently approaching several pro bono legal aid law clinics but they are not proficient with L3Cs My experience is only Design/build res. remodeling architect & P.M. so will need to build an small org with key-function members . Please advise if yore org can help. J.Peter.Holsman@comcast.net H.E.L.L.P (Holsman Essential Local Living PLaces)
I represent a co-op. we are incorporated as a cooperative (in Ohio) and are seeking the 501(3)(c) tax-exempt status. We are looking at ways to structure the "co-op" in a way that would create a memberships status that functions more like a trust beneficiary (with Crummey-like powers), whereas a "member/beneficiary" has the option of reinvesting or drawing any cash. what are the legal obstacles to this type of set-up? The set-up envisioned gives the "Co-op" a better Value-Proposition than a traditional Co-op or a pure trust. Would this set-up be better accomplished with a regular cooperative (incorporated) with a separate private contract (trust)? Please advise or let us know if we're way off! please contact me if there are any questions or need of clarifications (330) 576-5425 or email@example.com
I am a founding member of Sustainable Bellingham and a member of Transition Whatcom. This feels like an elegant solution. Thank you.
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Mike Hannigan was inspired by Paul Newman and his business, Newman's Own to create a business with a philanthropic mission and Mike Hannigan, just like, Paul Newman does not stop there. Mike considers promoting this model to others by speaking and lecturing. Mike believes that there is an emerging trend for business startups with a social mission and articles like yours help give Mike Hannigan a helping hand in his broader mission.
"give back to the community, and they will give back to you". ain't that the truth!
Noah says "we informed employees of their options" and "after carefully considering the options, the drivers elected not to go with it" ... can you guess what the "options" were? Subsequent to the Union Election, reasons were found to terminate all pro-Union drivers.
Yes, Yes Noah is a "supporter of the Union Movement" ... just not in HIS business which, although it had grown to a large wholesale operation .. had 40 retail outlets .. and sold for $100 million ... he nevertheless describes as a "family environment". Mr. Alper hired the Littler Mendelson Union busting firm to inform his employees of their options ... complete with bribes and threats. The Union effort lost by one vote, and Noah's survived "Union Free". The policy which precipitated the Union Effort, MANDATORY OVERTIME ON DEMAND, remained unchanged. All under the leadership of a do-gooder Mensch ... a decent upright person.
This was an interesting and informative interview . Musicians could glean some important lessons from your very articulate recounting of experiences.
Another one of life's lessons: all verbal orders must be written!
Very informative interview with an experienced and talented musician.
Good interview: good questions and good responses. East Bay Express should be commended for printing the interview in, what appears to be, an uncensored version. Very refreshing to see journalism of this nature.
Super interview. Look forward to the new album with East Bay and The Killer Smiles.
Ray i saw you guys play the ritz niteclub in ny mid eighties, then ran away to the west coast to wait for reagan and thatcher to blow up the world....which didn't happen quite yet. Now i am a wanna be yuppie and middle aged father of a 5 y.o.; do you find that being part of the dead kennedy's has given you a perspective that makes you more positive or negative about the future. rft
Glad to see that you corrected the "vend diagram" typo.
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