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#SocialCurrentSee ®▶ #Serval * (@ALTALOMAN archive via @Storify ▶ Survival in case land and cell comm is down! ▶ — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 16, 2016
From our oasis of a retirement community, a common interest development (aka HOA or homeowners association) in the Inland Empire of Southern California (Trilogy Glen Ivy), the topic of disaster recovery following an earthquake is the subject of debate and study by a committee made up of condominium homeowners living in the area.

If you have never been to Trilogy, you would not know that the community of 1317 homes includes what is known as a Special Benefit Area (SBA), the Cobblestone Canyon subdivision of 170 condos that are uniquely built as two-unit pods (see inset photo).  That is the homes have upper and lower units, only two homeowners per dwelling.

Word is that this community, finished about ten years ago by Shea Homes, is one of only about six such configurations (designs) in the whole state of Californi…