Legal Structure

The leaseholder of the Red Victorian, is the Red Vic LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of District Commons, which is a 501c3 registered charity. In 2017, a subgroup of people signed up to be an operational Support Team as Red Vic LLC Officers.

You can contact them here:

Limited liability companies

A limited liability company (LLC) is a corporate structure whereby the members of the company cannot be held personally liable for the company's debts or liabilities. An LLC can opt to have officers who serve under the supervision of the LLC manager(s) or the LLC members (manager -managed or member-managed). Members or managers may also be officers. There is no limit on the maximum number of officers, and one person can hold more than one office. In fact, the same person can hold all offices. If you have two or more persons who will act as officers, the president and the secretary should not be the same person.

Officer roles

Embassy Network Liaison - Zarinah Agnew

Provides feedback and guidance per District Commons goals, mission, and vision. Acts as a liaison for sharing ideas and coordinating with the Embassy Network.

Financial and compliance Steward - Amber Faust

Helps prepare financials and annual budget for approval, codes invoices and approves bill payment, monitors services contracts, licenses, etc.

Commercial Income Steward - Tobie Tusing

Monitors hotel operations and adjusts as necessary to meet financial goals of organization, Coordinates booking, promoting, and hosting paid events and all commercial leasing (storefront, office space, etc.) in the main space, ensuring proper licensing as necessary for events, responsible for coordinating all commercial streams of income.

Residential Ecology Steward - Kathy Garcia

Responsible for providing the operational support team with feedback from residents and taking issues back to the house for input and temperature checks, the point person for coordinating between ops team and house

Health and safety officer - Dave Witkin

Handle healths and fire permitting issues