give voice to your concerns

I am making this information available to you (public) on my blog site … www.authtnticallywired.com … and as part of some of the emails I forward trusting you will choose to make the time and effort to become informed about how your state government and its regulatory agencies choose to address all the issues and topics associated with WATER in Arizona.  

 

Bottom line, the rules and regulation governing you’re the use, the safeness, quality, purity of your WATER and WASTEWATER will soon be subjected to revision with or without your participation and you will be compelled to comply with them.

 

Unless you choose to participate – give voice to your concernsall revisions will be made behind closed doors essentially by county environmental health regulators, lobbyists, private sector design engineers, land developers, attorneys, academia essentially tied to special interests and if you are lucky perhaps one lone “public” voice.  

 

Yes, one can say the deck is currently stacked against “public” participation … but … here’s an opportunity to begin to exert your authentic authority over your WATER and WASTEWATER … and make no mistake Arizona’s water is at risk and you would be well advised to make yourself as knowledgeable as possible.

 

The choice to participate in solely in your hands … I sincerely invite you to get involved … if I might be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me at pfm@watermasters.com … but … believe me I do NOT have all the answers. 

 

OWAC MEETINGS ARE CONDUCTED ON THE THIRD FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH NORMALLY BEGINNING AT 9:30AM – Pacific Time zone – see more detail information to follow

Here is a reminder for our upcoming OWAC Web Meeting iLinc online conference at 09:30 AM Arizona – Pacific Time.

Here is the login information for your iLinc online conference. 

Call David Burchard at (602) 771-4298 …If you have questions about the web conference.

To join this conference:

 Conference Call Phone # 1-877-820-7831 Passcode 274431#

Conference Details:
    Title: OWAC Web Meeting
    Date & Time: 3rd Friday of every month ….Arizona – Pacific Time
    Duration: 4 hour(s)
    Leader: David Lelsz

Want to prepare your system ahead of time? https://azdeq.ilinc.com/systest/bfcwjzw


Learn More about iLinc Web Conferencing at www.ilinc.com

 

 

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Link below takes you directly to the ADEQ calendar … click on EVENT LISTING and browse to find the OWAC meeting and/or subcommittee meeting noted and join us …

 

http://www.azdeq.gov/cgi-bin/vertical.pl

 

This site also provides you with past minutes and agendas for OWAC as well as all supporting documentation.   Should you ever feel you are being denied information please do not hesitate to contact ADEQ directly.    Should they choose to run you around, please do not hesitate to contact the

Arizona Ombudsman-Citizens’ Aide 
3737 N. 7th Street, Suite 209
Phoenix AZ 85014

(602) 277-7292 
1-800-872-2879 (Arizona outside Phoenix metro area) 
Fax: (602) 277-7312

e-mail us at: ombuds@azoca.gov

or avail yourself of

 

Open Meetings Law A.R.S. §38-431 et seq.
Closed: Salary, discipline, negotiations; planning; and legal consultation.

 

Open Records Law  §39-121 et seq.
Exempt: Adoption records; disciplinary records of some professional groups; some medical records; some corrections department records; bank records; and trade secrets.

 

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Whatever you do … do not accept from anyone an answer to your question consisting of “canned” 30 second sound bite or some long winded convoluted answer … Make them answer your question in language you can understand … Remember they are YOUR public servants … they serve you, you do not serve them

 

ourselves to thank

www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

… We really have only ourselves to “thank” for the current state of our nation … decrying our lack of rights and pointing our finger at “them” just ain’t going to get the job done and create the environment wherein authentic change benefitting all manifests …

 

Big Money + Big Media = a "

Disney World" of

Democracy

By Lauren Kelley | AlterNet

 

allow u$ to inject our “stuff” into you

www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

…More … AMA … “big-pharma” hype … be afraid be very afraid … allow u$ to inject  our “stuff” into you … trust us …

 

Get Vaccinated! Whooping

Cough Is Back Thanks to the

Anti-Vaccine Crowd

 

By Steven D | Booman Tribune

… KNOW WHAT  … .JUST FOLLOW THE $$$

YES … Arizona is one of those … !

 www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

… YES … Arizona is one of those … !

 

States to Residents: Forget Promises to Restore School Funding

Mike Alberti, Remapping Debate: "When the recession hit, state revenues … declined dramatically, prompting deep cuts to state services. In at least 30 states, funding for K-12 education was lower in fiscal year 2012 than in 2008, despite growing student populations. In state after state, politicians justified the large budget cuts on the grounds that the condition of the state budget made it temporarily necessary to reduce services."

]Read the Article

We chose not to listen then, what makes anyone think we will listen now…? ?

… We chose not to listen then, what makes anyone think we will listen now…? ?

 

clip_image001Four Decades Ago, a Senator Warned About the Revolving Door of the Military-Industrial Complex

 

 

Saturday, 09 June 2012 12:34By Zaid Jilani, Republic Report | News Analysi …s http://truth-out.org/news/item/9696-four-decades-ago-a-senator-warned-about-the-revolving-door-of-the-military-industrial-complex

The Center for International Policy released a new report this month focusing on the nuke lobby — the coalition of defense contractors and former government officials who continue to push for costly Cold War-style nuclear stockpile and delivery systems.

Interestingly, the report references a statement by the late Senator William Proxmire, Democrat of Wisconsin, from 1969 about the revolving door of the military-industrial complex:

 

I wish this was true

…I wish this was true … though I doubt today’s American students having the same cojones as their counterparts of the 1960’s …

 

If Student Concerns Are Not Addressed, There May Be a Youth Uprising in the US

Read the Blog at BuzzFlash

 

wonder what the Vegas line is on this probability …??

www.authenticallywired.comin the end it’s all about disclosure & transparency … (do not automatically accept or reject what I write … do your own research … by the same token do not automatically accept or reject what any “official” says either) … contemplate then draw your own conclusion

 

…Given Walmart’s strident position against unions or collective bargaining how likely is it Walmart – your cheap shopping store – will authentically sit down with its employees and talk …  wonder what the Vegas line is on this probability …??

 

Some Walmart workers want better wages, affordable benefits

 

Read complete article here … http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/retail/story/2012-06-05/walmart-workers-air-complaints/55450634/1

 

clip_image002If she could figure out how to live in her car, Janet Sparks would.

The 52-year-old makes $11.60 an hour as a front-of-the-store manager at a Louisiana Walmart and says she struggles to pay for basic necessities, let alone her $600-a-month rent.

"I’m giving it all I got, I like what I do, and yet I’m struggling so bad. This is not what it was when I started," says Sparks, who began working for America’s No. 1 employer and discount store seven years ago.

 

Watch  VIDEO: Walmart employees protest working conditions

 

Sparks belongs to a loosely knit association of Walmart employees called the Organization United for Respect at Walmart — OUR Walmart, for short. They are prodding the giant retailer to provide better wages, affordable benefits and reasonably reliable schedules for store employees nationwide. Their campaign comes not only at a time when many low-wage workers in the U.S. are struggling to make ends meet, but also as Walmart is rededicating itself to attracting price-conscious consumers like them — by holding down its expenses and guaranteeing the lowest prices.