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Community Labor

Recording and reviewing hours

Record the hours you worked in this form. You may also view the labor report here.

How to acquire community labor hours

One easy way to get community labor (CL) hours is by coming to the monthly workday, usually the second Saturday of the month, starting at 9am and ending around noon. There will be a list of indoor tasks (such as cleaning) and outdoor tasks (such as weeding or mulching) that need to be completed.

If you cannot attend the workday, you can look out for emails from Rachel (the community workday organizer and task matchmaker) with other opportunities for earning community labor. 

You may count hours for community work (weeding common areas) but not for personal work (weeding your yard). 

You may count hours for committee meetings but not for community meetings.

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