comgrats! one thing that come to mind is challenges in infrastructure, eg : 
internet connectivity.. do you have the same problem when you first started

On Friday, April 13, 2018 at 4:39:43 AM UTC+8, lhtorres wrote:
> Hello hello all -- it has been a long time. I'm happy to report that Local 
> 64 in Montpelier, Vermont is going into our sixth year (we'll turn six on 
> 6/4). As we head there, as members of that elite corps of rural coworking 
> spaces, I'm keen to know who are compadres are.
> Montpelier is the capital of Vermont, with a population just under 8,000 
> with a median household income of $62,000. Much of the economic life in our 
> town is driven by government and nonprofits. But we do have small and 
> growing creative sector, particularly where communications is involved.
> Local 64 ( fluctuates between 20 and 25 members, as do 
> our bills in the winter and summer. We try to provide both an excellent 
> work environment as well as a modest rhythm of events -- mixers, art 
> openings, and third party events. We don't really serve entrepreneurs and 
> startups -- yet!
> Anyone else out there working to build a coworking community in a town of 
> 8,000 to 20,000? If so I'd love to hear your story -- and perhaps we can 
> connect as a subgroup, to share ideals, experiences, and tactics to sustain 
> vibrant spaces in limited markets.

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