Fluoride battle brewing between Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority (OMRPWA) and the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH)
No one – including the Arkansas Department of Health – can force any water operator into signing a legal contract with which they don’t agree. Check with any attorney if you don’t believe that.
Most contracts only need to contain two elements to be legally valid:
All parties must be in agreement (after an offer has been made by one party and accepted by the other party).
Something of value must be exchanged for something else of value.
Offer and Acceptance
Legal contract exists when one party makes an offer and the other party accepts it.
When a counteroffer is made, the legal responsibility to accept, decline, or make another counteroffer shifts to the original offeror.
In case of any Fluoride Startup Grant Agreement, the water operator may change, delete, or add anything in the “Grant Agreement” and send the “Grant Agreement” back to the grantor (the person or institution that makes a grant or conveyance). This is called a counter offer. The grantor now has the opportunity to either accept the counteroffer, reject the counteroffer, or propose a new counteroffer. Remember: for a contract to be legal, it MUST be in agreement with both parties.
Grants of all types are evil and have strings attached. Secure Arkansas wouldn’t touch any grant with a ten foot pole!
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The following is part of an article from Harrison Daily about the ongoing battle between the Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority (OMRPWA) and the Arkansas Department of Health.
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Posted: Saturday, November 21, 2015 12:00 pm
By DAVID HOLSTED of the HarrisonDaily.com
WESTERN GROVE — Members of the Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority (OMRPWA) board limbered up their legs on Thursday, Nov. 19, in preparation for kicking the can down the road.
Meeting at Western Grove City Hall, the board voted to have chairman Andy Anderson and board member Winton McInnis, a non-practicing attorney, meet with the board’s attorney to see what would be needed to bring a lawsuit against the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) and also the cost of probability of success of such a move.
Secure Arkansas commends OMRPWA for standing all together and refusing to poison the water they sell to their customers! The 18 water systems would never have signed up as one whole unified district if they would have known the Arkansas Department of Health was going to order them to fluoridate and feed this toxic chemical through their new pipeline.
Seperately, the 18 water systems had a population under 5,000 residents and would not have been required to fluoridate.
They said that they would rather spend money on a lawyer to defend them than on the hazardous raw fluoride product.
Many concerned Arkansans have stated that they know the water operators do not want to breathe or handle this toxic substance… It’s just a matter of time before an accidental spill happens in our beautiful state and possibly injures an operator! This has already happened to Joe Walls, an ex-water operator here in Arkansas! Joe Walls lost his health many years ago and has never regained it back due to the fluoride spill at the plant.
To read the rest of the story by Joe Walls, click on the link below:
What happened to Joe could happen to anyone handling the product! Joe is Secure Arkansas’ State Director of Water Operations. If anyone would like to talk directly to him, please contact us.
Attention All Water Districts/ Water Operators: the following must be included in every bid for the fluoride product, and the supplier must comply and accept the terms of this bid prior to any fluoride bid being accepted or rejected:
Every fluoride shipment must include a “Certificate of Analysis” with each and every fluoride shipment to the water district facilities.
Water Districts/Water Operators: If any of the above four items cannot be followed by the supplier, you must refuse to accept their fluoride product!
Stay tuned for more revealing truth about the topic of toxic water fluoridation! We’ve uncovered even more information which we can’t wait to share with you…
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