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originally posted by: maddy21
Special Magistrate Harold S. Eskin ruled that Robin Speronis is not allowed to live on her own private property without being hooked up to the city’s water system.
He admitted that she had the right to live without utility power, but said that her alternative power sources must always first be approved by the city.
The city’s argument is that the International Property Maintenance Code was “violated” by her reliance on rain water rather than paying the city for water. The IPMC also would make it a crime for her to use solar panels instead of being tied into the electric grid.
How far are they going to go before people get fed up. I don;t know do they expect people to simply lie down and take it or have they desensitized and brainwashed the majority population to such a level that they are unable to fight ? Seems like things are getting really excessive..
Florida is West Virginia's inbred retarded cousin.
“Reasonableness and code requirements don’t always go hand-in-hand… given societal and technical changes that requires review of code ordinances,” Eskin told the paper.
He argues, however, that he has an obligation to enforce the code. Still, he acknowledges that some of the charges against her are unfounded
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
The government isn't always out to oppress you and keep you in a cage because it's fun for them.
I have emailed the ICC to ask for a comment on these issues, and for a comment on whether the organisation supports the use of its codes to prevent people living free of energy and utility costs.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
originally posted by: ISawItFirst
I get that the law profession requires dismissal of this, but doesn't one swear an oath to become a judge?