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Project ID: 99

Project steward

Carol Wagner

Need

The utility room in the yellow house is poorly organized for storage. We would like to be able to store canned goods, empty canning jars, and other community food related items in an efficient manner.

Description

  1. Put wide shelves around the high ceiling.
  2. Put narrower shelves on the rest of the wall space.

Goal or deliverable

  1. Approximately 120 square feet of shelving installed.

Timeline, schedule, or end date

  1. April-May 2009: design and planning
  2. May 2009: procurement
  3. May-June 2009: installation

Plan

  1. For speed of installation, durability, flexibility, light weight, and attractiveness, use commercially available wire shelving materials, 16" deep above the level of the top of the window and door, with 12" deep shelving below that.


Financial budget

  1. wire shelving, brackets, standards: ~$1500
  2. screws, misc hardware: ~$20
    • Carol requests Class A investment shares for her actual cost of materials, not to exceed $1,600.
    • Carol/Jan request Class B investment shares at the rate of $15/hour for actual time on this project, not to exceed 900 shares (60 hours) in total.

Labor budget

  1. Planning/design: Jan/Carol: 10 person hours.
  2. Procurement: Jan/Carol: 10 person hours.
  3. Installation: Jan/Carol: 40 person hours.


Cash Outlay

Due to pending litigation, EcoReality Co-op statistics are not available at this time.

Labour, by person

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Labour, by activity

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Vehicle Use

"Vehicles" with no odometer, such as tractors or stationary equipment, are in tenths of an hour, rather than kilometres.

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Records

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Final accounting

. Inflow Outflow
Class A shares to Jan Steinman $529.87
Class A shares to Carol Wagner $529.87
Materials $1,059.74
Totals $1,059.74 $1,059.74

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