bohn farm cohousing community developer peter spaulding led tours sunday, showing off views and future building locations on the 5.89-acre longmont property.he also presented the final concept plans at sunday's open house, with 46 units — including six commercial units — planned for the community at the southwest corner of spruce avenue and grant street. `we're averaging 20 to 30 people at community meetings,` he said. `people are starting to really get it and understand cohousing. it's really inspiring.`the goal is to include people of all ages and backgrounds living and working together, with an emphasis on sustainability. the community is planned, owned and managed by the residents.bohn farm cohousing community developer peter spaulding gives a tour of the property during an orientation and open house sunday in longmont. with spaulding, from left to right, are rick tidrick, emile parker, eyal rivlin and sam mason at right. for more photos, go to times-call.com. (paul aiken / staff photographer)longmont's elli varas attended sunday's open house because she wanted to learn more about the plans.`i was curious,` she said. `cohousing makes a lot of sense. it's cool that something like this is happening right in longmont.` the concept plans shows two acres for a community-supported agriculture (csa) farm to help sustain the community, 24 multifamily units, four s...