Bohn Farm Image from Spruce Ave.
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CSA - Concept Plan Presented to the City of Longmont
Fastest Internet in the Nation

Longmont to accelerate buildout of gigabit fiber-optic network

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City of Longmont officials announced at Tuesday night’s city council meeting that due to high demand they will be accelerating the buildout of the network, with the aim of cutting several months from the original timeline.


Bohn Farm: Times-Call Media Center

Existing images of the Bohn Farm  6 acre site taken by Matthew Jonas, staff photographer, on April 9, 2015.

What is Cohousing?

Cohousing is the most democratic housing opportunity available. The following will help you understand what Cohousing is.

By Peter Spaulding (Feb. 22nd, 2014)


Cohousing Community Planned for Longmont Takes Another Step Forward

Times-Call: Local News Update

Bohn Farm project hopes to break ground within a year

By Vince Winkel, Staff Writer


Cohousing – It takes a village

By Basha Cohen

In a modern day take of a Norman Rockwell summer scene, a neighborhood family gathers on the steps of the porch, swinging in hammocks, shooting the breeze, and intermittently going inside to work on a gigantic dining room table jigsaw puzzle. Down the street, the extended family makes art with chalk on the sidewalk, shares a shady picnic lunch and plays with a young baby. But the thing is they are all from different families that have morphed into one. They don’t share a last name, but they do share a passion and a philosophy of how they choose to live. The Hearthstone Cohousing Community is living testament to the concept of the oft-used phrase, “It takes a village.” It is also part of a growing trend in the United States and internationally that seeks to benefit from community, both on a personal level as well as in economic and environmental terms.