We want to make you aware that you need to have your JPs call a special meeting regarding water rights and the EPA comment period which ends Monday, June 19, 2017. It’s important that your Quorum Court members (JPs) support the resolution mentioned below in our article and also submit their comments to the EPA AS SOON AS POSSIBLE on or before June 19th. (Details are below in the article.)
Seven counties in Arkansas have already passed this resolution: Boone, Craighead, Fulton, Lawrence, Newton, Searcy, and Stone. More resolutions should come in this week. Check here for a map of the counties which have passed the resolution. It will be updated several times daily.
ATTENTION: South Arkansas, step up to the plate! Call your JPs!
This resolution supports water rights in your county, and when your JP votes “Yes” on it and passes it, it carries tremendous weight and influential power against government overreach.
This is a vital issue! Water rights are important, and time is of the essence.
Secure Arkansas contacted the office of the Arkansas Attorney General on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, and we were told:
“Counties need to have input in the definition of ‘navigable waters’ during this time.”
This can be done by local government passing a resolution in each county (typically the quorum courts) AND also submitting substantive comments to the EPA BEFORE JUNE 19, 2017.
Click here to access the waters of the United States (WOTUS) resolution to bring to your county judge or JPs (county commissioners in some states) so they can pass it before the June 19, 2017 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) deadline!
Quorum Courts/County Board of Commissioners in ALL states need to quickly pass this resolution in each of their counties if you want to be able to have any input in the definition of “navigable waters”! Counties which fail to meet the June 19th EPA deadline for comments will not have any input in that definition, and our elected officials NEED to be prepared to represent us.
BEFORE JUNE 19, 2017, state and local governments need to submit substantive comments stating the local county government position on the definition of “navigable waters” to EPA staff at CWAwotus@epa.gov . Our elected officials need to require the EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw their proposed rule regarding the definition of “Waters of the U.S.”
When submitting comments to the EPA, counties should also state their stand regarding water rights and the definition of “navigable waters” which they want to see implemented in their counties. It will be up to the public to see that our voices are properly exercised regarding our water rights, so contact your Justice of the Peace IMMEDIATELY. Elected officials also need to attach any instances of trouble that they’re having with the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to their comments.
Speak now, elected officials, or you’ll have to hold your peace regarding the shaping of this water rule. This JUNE 19th deadline is swiftly approaching, and the resolution needs to be placed on the agenda of your quorum court/county board of commissioners to be heard! Some counties in Arkansas are calling a special session regarding the water rights comment period to vote on the resolution and pass it! Your county may need to do the same! The general public will be outraged if/when they find out they were not represented by you and their water rights were not protected, especially when you had the time and an opportunity to stand up for them, your constituents.
Attention JPs: Four counties in Arkansas (Boone, Craighead, Newton, and Stone) have passed the resolution thus far. Boone County is the newest to pass the resolution.
In our previous article , we shared this information with you:
We also mentioned that a “Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit” was filed. We have done some more research (this is the NEW INFO mentioned in the title of our alert), and the case was consolidated into this case number for your reference: No. 16-299. Click here to read that 23-page document.
All across the country, hundreds of towns, cities, and counties are dues-paying members of organizations which promote United Nations Agenda 21 policies… which boils down to this: your property tax, income tax, and transportation tax dollars are paying for trainings, seminars, and sample legislation/ordinances which influences and changes policy to bring them into compliance with the United Nations agenda. This IS the evil agenda for the 21st Century. You’re living it! These menacing policies are being passed down and enforced in your area through quorum courts, city councils, and the state legislators, slowly and methodically. Local officials are being indoctrinated in those policies so there is no resistance, especially when more strict policy is introduced. Some of them may not have the ability to recognize danger when it’s presented before them. These land-grabbing environmental policies will get more severe if you don’t wake up and get involved locally. Our local officials need to think for themselves.
This is a (global) United Nations plan for the rest of your life, and it involves your children’s educational system, your energy system (smart meters), your government, your food production, your transportation, and your health. YOU are considered a threat to the planet, and under this system, your life choices must be restricted. Water and land must be restricted and loaded down with alarming regulations.
Now we ask you, dear reader: aren’t our elected officials ELECTED to represent us and to be our voice? IT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY to hold our elected officials accountable, especially on the local level.
What Justice of the Peace (JP) is sponsoring the resolution in YOUR county?
In closing, if you own property that butts up to any water body, including ponds or streams, you had better sit up and take notice! Hello, out there! Wake up, property owners! Contact your elected officials immediately! Much of the general public is still not aware of the consequences that await them by not participating in their local government.
Get local, and be vocal!
Again, click here to print off the resolution to bring to your county judge and/or JPs (our county commissioners in some states) so they can pass it in their quorum court meeting or so they can call a special session to vote and pass it before JUNE 19, 2017!
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