[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: Re: Pressure washer rental costs near nb

Ronald Cotoni setient at gmail.com
Tue Jan 14 21:23:23 UTC 2014

Well what she used is unimportant because why assume she will tell us or
what she tells us is right?  That she is a good person?  That is opening up
noisebridge to risks.  The risk she opened us up to by painting in the
first place.

Based on this disussion and others with you it seems that you are being
argumentative for the sake of being argumentative.  I <3 everyone at
noisebridge.   I moved here partially to take part in the glorious
noisebridge.  I left for a while due to silly people doing silly things and
not really caring about the space and treating it like a pile of trash on
the sidewalk.   I think, if we researched how to do this (and got a bunch
of people together) we can do this ourselves but it is a lot of work and I
would rather see that work going into weekly floor cleanings, bathroom
cleanings, dirty shop cleanings, cleaning the classrooms, having someone in
the space 24/7 to promote excellence, keeping the kitchen clean, painting
the bathrooms again, etc etc etc.  The cleaning with proper removal of the
waste water is definitely an all day project.  Just because you can do
something yourself, doesn't mean you should.   Most businesses and
residents are required to keep the sidewalk in front of their house or
business cleaned.  Have you noticed a lot of downtown rinses their sidewalk
daily?  Maybe we should do that.   I bet that would get us points with the
landlord, which we need after the Tony incident along with others.  Let's
think of how we can be excellent to the community, the space and our
beautiful building.

That means maybe we should just buy a pressure washer and the supplies to
do the needful disposal of water and do it on a regular basis.  How does
that sound?

On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 1:11 PM, spinach williams <
spinach.williams at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Jan 14, 2014 12:57 PM, "Ronald Cotoni" <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > If eclair cared about the space, this person would not have repainted it
> last night (which another thread mentioned SOMEONE did).   Eclair is more
> than welcome to attend the meeting tonight to discuss the actions that lead
> to our getting a notice from the city and how to deal with it.  I also do
> not have her email nor have I ever met someone named Ecliar in the space.
>  As for asking her, it her word against a fine or other more serious
> consequences.  What she used is unimportant.  We need to clean it up and
> dispose of it like it is toxic regardless so it doesn't come back to bite
> us later.
> so, what she used then is actually pretty important (as you yourself have
> noted earlier)
> > I agree with asking at the space or on the mailing list that we just
> have but I have little faith that someone in the community will step up to
> do this in a safe and responsible manner.
> faith is of little importance, just don't speak for others and stay open
> to the idea people who aren't you can do things you're not up to, yourself
> -- that shuts people out who shouldn't be.

Ronald Cotoni
Systems Engineer
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