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If this is implemented and anybody tries to contact me about our seasonal creek and ponds, I am leaving the country. We have talked about it for 10 years and it just might be time, before they take everything.
We don't want to pollute our own source of water , what is wrong with these people. We have invested time and money on putting in a two inch pipe 700' long to gravity feed our garden, with a 300' drop, we can turn on 6 high powered sprinklers, shooting at least 50' in circumference all gravity flow, it is awesome. I would hate to have a DC bureaucrat come on our property and tell us we can't use the water as we may harm it, then it will be you are living too close to "our" water, move.
You can not drink the King’s water nor harvest his game.....
At one time I lived in Florida and owned some land near Pensacola (Navarre). The property alongside of me was euphemistically called “Green Break” by the real estate people. It was damn near swamp.
One definition of “wetlands” then was that water seeped into your footprint as you walked about. They tried to redefine my neighbor’s property by claiming it was wetlands if there was water in your footprint AFTER it rained. Dunno if they succeeded as I left the area soon after for other reasons.
It's about who gets to make money in real estate.
PING to you.
They said we were crazy, back when you and I said this was coming.