NEW FREEDOM COMMUNITIES
There re many characteristics or options from which
members of each community or its boards of directors
can choose. It will often be disirable to sub-divide one
community into several sections with different characterisitcs
One group might be alcohol and drug free; while
another would only say that behavior must abide by the
Wiccan Rede ("An ye harm none, do as ye will.")
A Closed Community or section might be closed to the
public and require a rental payment of some kind.
An Open Community would be open to the public. Rental
fees would be reduced. Guides would conduct educational
tours and monitor behavior of residents and visitors.
Some Open Communities might wish to have classes,
workshops, dancing, drumming, etc. Some of these
activities could be presented for the public in other
locations. Donations would be accepted.
Goods, services, and general labor, under the
supervision of the Board of Directors, could be offered
from any residential community.
SOME OF THE MANY TYPES OF COMMUNITES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
NATIVE AND NATURAL COMMUNITIES
FLOATING AND FLOATABLE COMMUNITIES