Sunday, April 22, 2012
What do your mayor's want to make permanent now? Without your say? Water restrictions.
Not only are you giving up YOUR rights, you're giving up those for your children too. While we're all about conserving water, we've been getting emails from those concerned about the permanent ramifications.
Some even addressed the Fort Worth City Council last week. Some encourage you to address Arlington's City Council this week.
Let's get this straight, your current city leaders (water experts?) want to ration your water usage forever. While same restrictions (read What restrictions?) do not apply to those who finance their campaign. In return they give your tax money to the contractors said leaders kids work for (or made up organization they are then hired to run).
These contractors join with the NCTCOG (that your leaders use your money to be apart of) to secure grants - most of which are either agenda 21 items or economic development or both. The purpose of economic development is to being new people (insert money) to the area.
These grants are money from the governments, local to federal, again, your tax money.
So if you do the math, you're screwed. It's all your money.
And what good does it do to bring more people to an area that now needs more water? Don't get us started on the air, the roads or the flooding. It's a vicious cycle. Stop it now. Before YOUR kids ask you, WHY?
Posted by The Star-Telegraph at Sunday, April 22, 2012