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Quiet Hours are Sunday night through Friday morning, 11PM-11AM, with an extension to 11:30 for open mic night.

No doggies-there is no record of this policy being permanently altered, but there have been exceptions.  

For new CC members that are already in the SCA, the house must consensus at a weekly meeting on the admittance of that person. 

No more travelers than CC members. 

Membership reviews: Financial, 



May 10, 2010

 

The Campbell Club Traveler Policy

 

ATTENTION:

1.     Get house consensus if sleeping in public space

2.     All “Travelers” and “Temporary Work Traders” are required to come to Sunday meetings. 

3.     The Library is not to be used as a sleeping area for non-house members.

4.     The attic is a potential sleeping area; however, if one does choose to occupy the attic that person must be accessible and willing to remove any trace of their sleeping arrangement upon short notice.  This is a fire safety violation and The Campbell Club may be checked by the fire Marshall with minimal notice

 

Boarding Fees:

·      $4.28/day for full meal plan, $3.03/day for dinner

·      Money should be given to the Food Coordinator.  Checks should be made out to the “SCA.”

 

 

3 distinctions in short-term visitors to our house:

 

Personal guests:

·               House meals may be shared based on the 3-meal guests per term policy.  Additional house food consumption should be based on house member’s discretion.

·               Guests should have a relationship with a certain member(s) in the house (i.e. boyfriend, sister, mother, BFF etc…)

·               Housemates: Please be mindful of your roomies and get approval prior to guest arrival for extended stays! 

·               Guests may stay without labor or monetary compensation for one week. 

o   For stays longer than one week guests must propose at meeting to stay longer. 

§  Where? How long? Project Proposal?

*Project proposals are not required; however, they can be a fun way for guests to contribute to the community.  Got skills?  See something you want to fix or improve?  Figure out some of the logistics ($, time) and propose the project at meeting.

o   It is the responsibility of the house member and the Traveler Coordinator to ensure that guests fulfill these obligations.

§  Room: 1 hour work/day

§  Pay boarding fees

Traveler- travelers can stay for 3 days.  They need approval of 3 members (including travel czar)

·               Room: 1 hour of work/day

·               Board: Boarding fees, food stamps, or find someone to host them at dinner as their guest.

·               If planning to stay longer than the allotted three days, Travelers must propose their plans to the house at the next meeting to get Temporary Work Trade status for the following week.  This is malleable, house can approve longer if people are comfortable.

o   Where will you sleep?  How long? Project Proposal?

*Project proposals are not required; however, they can be a fun way for travelers to contribute to the community.  Got skills?  See something you want to fix or improve? Figure out some of the logistics ($, time) and propose the project at meeting.

·               Couchsurfers: Follow same criteria as “traveler.”  If hosted by a member subscribed to the food plan they should receive at least one meal. 

·               NASCO/SCA Alumni:  3 days free room and board.  After three days regular traveler policy applies…  can pay member room and board rate or talk to house…case-by-case basis.

 

Temporary Work Trade: No more than 30 days.

·      Must propose to house.   Where will you sleep?  How long are you planning on staying? Do you have a specific project you’d like to propose?

*Project proposals are not required; however, they can be a fun way for Work Traders to contribute to the community.  Got skills?  See something you want to fix or improve? Figure out some of the logistics ($, time) and propose the project at meeting.

o   Room: 1 hour/day of work + 6 hours/week of daily  “hand jobs”

o   Board: Boarding fees, food stamps, or find someone to host them at dinner as their guest.

·      After the 30 days has eclipsed work traders may re-propose for permanent work trade if cap of 8 isn’t filled.  Fill pantry space.

·               Limit of four Temporary Work Traders (according to space in pantry)

·               Lockers provided for storage of personal items

·               Fill out weekly work trade accountability log (same as general weekly work trade sheet)

 

 

Traveler Coordinator:

·               Maintain the traveler board

·               Make sure travelers are familiar with the house/food policy/work policy/and traveler policy. 

·               Keep track of locker keys

·               Collect weekly work trade accountability logs from ‘temporary work traders”

·               Coordinate with job cords and maintenance to delegate what jobs need to get done

·               Determine the preferred traveler/guest/temporary work trade sleeping space arrangement to meet gender comfort requirements.

·               If traveler or temporary work trader cannot make a meeting the traveler coordinator will report to the house on who is staying with us, what they have been up to, and how long they plan to stay.

·               Ensure that the food coordinator does indeed receive money for boarding fees.

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Matt Hundhammer,
May 11, 2010, 12:33 PM
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