This building may have functioned well enough to be an adequate town hall had it been completed. Incomplete it was only accessible to the most mobile among us and the available spaces were not able to cope with the number women wishing to attend the plenary sessions. While the rain and muck did find their way inside the lack of walls provided for good ventilation and relief from the humidity. Had it been finished the intermitant electricity would have made the interior something akin to the conditions found in a glashouse. Ideally a town hall in Womenstown would permit residents to gather in comfort while minimizing energy consumption.