Having successfully fought of a planned National Heritage Area, Property Owners now want direct input to these processes of Shoreline and Land Use Ordinances. As Wahkiakum County moves into updating its shoreline and land use ordinances, one may be certain there will be vigorous public input. Two members of the Wahkiakum County Real Property Rights Advisory Board questioned the county board of commissioners Tuesday about plans and processes. County commissioners formed the committee three years ago when a group of citizens objected to including the county in a proposed national heritage area. The board is charged with advising the board of commissioners on issues affecting property in the county, and so far, it has had little opportunity.
Should at some point those who wish to ban, delay, or over-regulate the development of resources be held financially accountable? Laws and regulations that prohibit production are the fashion of the year, an interest with exaggerated zeal created by fear tactics and often unsubstantiated concerns over the environment. Those who wish to ban or cause banning should consider the losses. These things you fear are also the things you need and use.
While it is mind boggling to read the wildlife agendas of these combined Corporate Environmentalists, the one idea garnered for this event seems to be a kind of Environmentalist Anarchy that dismisses the needs of the public and private individuals. This type of thinking would have the terrible consequence of loss of rights to property owners, further lack of local legislative control, and additional harm to those Americans who labor to provide food to those of us who need their products. Loss of mandated use of resources, and loss of access for the public.
Sunday, June 22, 2014 10:00 AM LIBERTY, WA ~~ Near a small mining town ironically named Liberty in Washington State, liberty was served and demonstrated this Sunday morning as over 50 people collected to defend the rights of a neighbor. Their arms of defense were wheel barrows, picks, shovels, digging bars and at the end, sore backs. http://kitcorp.org/2014/06/23/liberty-was-served-at-liberty-on-a-sunday-morning/
Make your comments a part of the record. If you live in Bonner County Idaho, or in Pend Oreille County Washington, you have been impacted by this listing. The Federal FWS had listed the caribou, but then used the DPS (distinct population segment), or the sub-species ploy to continue listing. Read the linked article for details and where comments can be submitted. http://blog.pacificlegal.org/2014/fws-finally-acknowledges-illegal-caribou-listing/
In prefacing its case, the commission concluded "that Carbon County does not recognize any attempt by a federal official to try to enforce state or local criminal or civil laws on any lands in Carbon County, including any BLM or Forest Service lands." http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/carbon-county-utah-resolution-blm
Canyons and Plains National Heritage Area. Colorado's private property owners are aware of the threats to Property Rights and State Sovereignty as are citizens in Washington State who oppose the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. "Colorado - What if you discovered there was an organization working to undermine your private property rights, subvert your local sovereignty and compromise the sanctity and integrity of your locally elected officials through the imposition of a National Heritage Area (NHA) in the region where you live? What if your local jurisdictions financed this organization for many years through block grants and lodging taxes?