Habitat Info DD 

   25. Significant Technology Changes ( Wrenching Change) 

  25a. All solar from roof panels or networked from CGA Roofs 
  25b. Endless light 100 watt 12 volt LED night lighting. Turns on at night, turns off in morning.
  25c Concrete floors for MHs with perimeter trailers and reduced Steel and wood beam floor joists
  25d. Reduced infrastructure costs:
  25e. Multi-modal or Multi-Use Parkways minimum radius 180 meters with a 80 foot center parkway  
  suitable for high density buildings every ½ mile includes boulevards, cart paths
  for joggers, bicycles, small e-cars, golf carts, velomobiles, ( possible future monorail).
  25f Simplified perimeter plumbing for water lines.
  25g Substantially reduced streets to lots ratios.
  25h. Dual Plug-In Outlets for 2 units or RVs-MHs by street Standard 30-50 amp
  and in the back by the Common Green 30-50 or 30-50-100 amp.
  25i USACE rapid deployment lots with utilities.  
  25J. No concrete RV Pads or concrete on the Subdivision sites. See Pics 3n1, 3n2, 3n3  
  25k. Own POA and CGA Media TV Channels
  BuildBlock Foam sandwich for pouring concrete between 2 thick sheets of foam.
  This offers the maximum insulation from excessive heat and cold.

 26. What are Habitat ICV Villages Good For ?
26a Public Access for State, Federal BLM and USACE land.
26b RAM Villages for Retirement, Agriculture, and Manufacturing
26c Diversity of extreme affordable housing. 
26d Reduces unemployment because of the low cost of living attracts manufacturers.
26e Maximizes self- sufficiency
26f Protects the owners from frackers, drillers, polluters with the Property Owners Assn and corporate ownership.
26g Requires the Property Owners Assn Founders to own businesses in the development.
26h Offers greater supportive lifestyle with Common Green Associations.
26i Offers the lowest cost supportive lifestyle hostels.
26j After completion can absorb from 5 to 25% in new residents or migrants. 
26k Returns Usury Laws in the Village to pre- 1978 levels of under 7% interest.  
26L Habitat ICV Villages can be used by USACE for rapid deployment villages
26m Can be helpful for the poor and reduces the number of Homeless people.
26n Starts with $15 million to $22 million in (600 hrs) Sweat Equity and Synergistic Management and Labor.
26o Thereafter uses 10 to 60 hours per month for operations, upkeep, maintenance, and expansion.
26p The Village Projects float at 3000 or more prospective owners.
26q. Gives a high economic conversion factor (ECF) allowing the poor, low income and other investor
  owners to fast track into a better lifestyle with more spendable dollars. Examples: Sweden has 
  the highest ECF of 2% . This allows Sweden to bring in new immigrants with numbers that are
  as high as 2% of the existing population. The United States on the other hand can’t even support
  its existing population , with swarms of homeless living on the streets of Los Angeles.