Arkansas State Health Department Administrative Board Hearing
Court Update regarding Madison County Regional Water District And Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority
Act 197 of 2011 is being challenged in court by two Regional Water Authorities in Arkansas! Never in the history of water fluoridation has a legal action been filed for such a unique situation!
In the near future, both Madison County Regional Water District (Huntsville) and Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority (Diamond City) will be challenging in a circuit court the vile state mandate, Act 197, that was passed by our Arkansas legislators in 2011.
This is a one-of-a-kind and winnable lawsuit because both Regional Water Districts do NOT supply water to retail customers, and they state that they are NOT a local water system.
Also, according to an excellent petition filed on behalf of Ozark Mtn. Regional Public Water Authority (OMRPWA) and written by Fayetteville attorney, Chris Lawson, that represents both entities, the state law does NOT define a “consecutive system” and they are NOT a consecutive system to 5,000 persons or more.
The brilliant petition Lawson filed September 7th, 2016 states:
“Under the plain language of the Act, the Water Authority is not a “water system” because it does not supply water to 5,000 persons or more, but instead only supplies water to 18 wholesale customers.”
Also, each of the 18 individual water systems that joined OMRPWA all have under 5,000 customers which would not be affected by the fluoridation mandate.
Click here to read the good article in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette dated Sunday, October 9th, 2016. (There should be a link you can click at the bottom of their article that will allow you to view the article as it appeared in the newspaper.)
Today OMRPWA’s Chairman Andy Anderson stated:
“We have received a donation from a concerned citizen to help with our legal expenses. This individual does not receive OMRPWA water but wanted to help battle the injustice. Every donation to our legal fund is welcome. We are currently short in our legal fund, so help get the word out in Boone, Marion, Newton, and Searcy Counties. Our legal expenses are not being paid by our revenue funds. Let them know that we are in this fight for the benefit of our customers and their customers.
If we are forced to add this corrosive acid to our water, our cost per thousand must increase to cover the added expense. From information that I have gained from systems in other states – that have been forced to feed fluoride for years – the acid will also damage our facilities reducing component life by about 40 percent. We will need to add that into our cost calculations.”
OMRPWA’s next scheduled board meeting date is November 17, so if you live in that area, you should plan to attend.
Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority
P.O. Box 1020
Diamond City, AR 72630
Andy Anderson’s Cell: 870-365-6680
Ever since the harmful fluoridation state mandate was passed in 2011, many of the OMRPWA customers have been very distraught about this ongoing controversy and having to be force-fed this dangerous, unsavory, and corrosive industrial waste by-product chemical fluoride. They defiantly state that they will disconnect from the water system and return to the use of their currently shut down groundwater wells if this horrid fluoride chemical is forced fed into their drinking water. (Secure Arkansas attended a meeting last year in which this was stated.)
Remember, the high amount of natural fluoride in their water was one of the reasons why OMRPWA water district was formed in the first place! Before OMRPWA was formed, several of these 18 entities were issued violations from the Arkansas Health Department (ADH) for exceeding the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) of fluoride. Can you now see that the ADH has wavered and vacillated in their opinion regarding fluoride? Violations for NOT taking natural fluoride out and violations for NOT putting the toxic acid chemical fluoride in!!! Does that make sense to you? Can you see why people are questioning their competence and their allegiance to the Arkansas public health? Also, can you see why Secure Arkansas has mentioned and believes that representatives from the ADH have threatened and bullied water entities?
The truth has to come out because maybe now you can see why this battle for clean safe drinking water is so important here in the natural state! And why the people in Arkansas are so frustrated!
*For natural calcium fluoride versus the contaminated chemical version of fluoride click the previous Secure Arkansas article here. The “powers that be” would like for us to believe “fluoride is fluoride”, but we think there is a BIG difference, folks! The chemical version they are using for the fluoride mandate is an hazardous industrial toxic chemical waste by-product called hydrofluosilicic acid, a toxic waste that has been known to cause cancer and is officially labeled as a neurotoxin.
The Arkansas Health Department has always maintained that fluoride is “safe and effective” (such a reassuring lie!), but they are dishonest and hypocritical, exploiting the good people of Arkansas. They have mislead so many people in our lovely state about the safety of fluoridation, they should be ashamed. In many residents’ eyes, they are untrustworthy, too, because they have failed to warn the public about the health risks of fluoridation. Why aren’t they currently advising us correctly regarding this issue? To get the real truth, click_herefor the Secure Arkansas article “Erin Brockovich’s Letter Regarding Fluoride Poison”.
Even if OMRPWA was under Act 197 (which they aren’t), 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:
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 counter offer 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 counteroffer. 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 contemptible, evil, and have strings attached. Secure Arkansas wouldn’t touch any grant with a ten foot pole! Click here for the Secure Arkansas article on this issue concerning contracts.
In summary, both Madison County Regional Water District and Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority (OMRPWA) are challenging the Arkansas Department of Health’s interpretation of the state fluoride mandate ACT197. (Madison County Regional Water District is in need of donations as is Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority. Any amount of money you can give them is greatly appreciated!)
Secure Arkansas knows that it’s just a matter of time before we see a lawsuit where ADH has to defend their belief that fluoride is supposedly safe. It’s not safe for all people of all ages, let alone for those who have medical conditions that may complicate this issue. ADH is using endorsements from organizations that gain financially from community water fluoridation to attempt forced medication without consent on everyone. This is not that lawsuit (we can’t wait!) … but stay tuned. And, as always: FOLLOW THE MONEY.
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