There's a pole barn on craiglist (for FREE) that might suit our tire storage needs at the artery. Anyone interested in dismantling and reconstructing this in late October? Perhaps we invest our 5k grant into a constructive community building opportunity? This may be an alternative to the steel box.
What if the artery set + met the standard of the Living Building Challenge? It defines the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment possible today and acts to diminish the gap between current limits and ideal solutions. It could become Wisconsin's first to fulfill the challenge and serve as an educational model most literally fulfilling their premise, 'A Visionary Path to a Restorative Future.'
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Could it be a smaller pavilion imagined from the palette of available materials? Would it be reconstucted to at its full size? Is there an area that could offer a place to fix or borrow a bicycle? The pitch of the roof and structure provides a lot of head room for bicycle storage. What are your ideas?
This song says something about our (s)pace. Is it ever gonna be enough?