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Residents hope to start Flagstaff’s first cohousing project

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From left to right Macy Kiim, Ysa Kiim, 6, and Bea Cooley stand together Wednesday morning. The three have hopes of starting a cohousing community in the Flagstaff area with over 30 houses. / Ben Shanahan / Arizona Daily Sun

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun

Bea Cooley and Macy Kiim unrolled a large map of Flagstaff on the table of Late for the Train while Macy’s 6-year-old daughter Ysa practiced her cursive.

The two of them are looking for a piece of land to make their dreams come true: the community brought by Flagstaff’s first cohousing project.

“We’re building an intentional community that is designed to foster community,” Kiim said.

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