YOU HAVE RECOURSE!
IT REQUIRES YOU TO BE
WILLING TO DO SOMETHING!
It is now June 15, 2017
I will be updating this website as the days progress.
If you are willing to become a part of a movement and filing of a
pleading within their Courts, this may possibly offer some positive
change (but more often than not, it simply enriches those that are
already in power, those that made the laws in the first place).
However, until we come up with a better
solution, your next generation will either suffer or
appreciate you for your action or inaction.
Include your name, phone number, address, and a short note / letter
of your experiences and abilities (and what you would like to see
done about this un-constitutional manipulation of our homes and
properties, of our persons and effects).
Together, we can make a difference.
By doing nothing accomplishes nothing.
Imagine the profits for the few as the homes become desperately
sold. They can flip it and keep the money in the
family, but it's YOUR HOME they are able to purchase for less
Same day addendum
Notes: I found the predecessor to this law THEY
made. The preceding Law was fair and humane and allowed
for the older properties to be grandfathered in.
I'll post that, and other laws tomorrow. There are a
couple of possible loopholes I see in their new Law over us.
One possible loophole is "...., as excepted by law."
THE LAW is the Constitution. The Supreme Court has
ruled that ALL laws must comply and be in congruence with the
supreme Law of the Land, and if it does not, then the law is
considered null. The other loophole I found while
doing a cursory glance at a few sections is also forgotten at this
moment so after I go out to weed the garden and then shower, I'll
get back on this.
ONE THING I MOST CERTAINLY DID FIND THAT IS VERY NEGATIVE,
AND IS NOT
INLCUSIVE OF THE $30,
000.00 THAT IT WILL TAKE TO MOVE TO CRAPPY SEWER SERVICE (AND
POTENTIAL RATE INCREASES every other year), is
contained in section 3701.29.02 (if my memory serves
correctly). It is stated, that you MAY
VERY POSSIBLY BE REQUIRED TO DIG UP THAT BRAND NEW (or at least
fully functioning) Septic System! If so,
then you will be required to dispose of the system (safely=more
!!!! This is my plug for those of you that take the simple
way out and go along willingly:
decides to succumb to the manipulation of your freedom and your
property, I'm available for your new expense for backhoe work @
The following are some of the hidden costs, not calculated
into the already unconscionable demand upon our property and
Enjoy your freedom (or simply give it up, it's your choice this
Ohio Administrative Code (p.s. A code is not
necessarily to be considered a valid Law until tried against the
Supreme Law of the Land).
In an honest Court, many of these "codes" don't pass
Sewage Treatment Systems
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|| The following rules have been final filed and
will be effective 1/1/2015. To see current rules that will be in
effect through 12/31/2014, please check in
LAWriter at https://codes.ohio.gov/oac/
||Scope, responsibility for compliance, and applicability of
||Registration of installers, service providers, and septage
||Survey to determine compliance
||Fees and fee categories
||General provisions and prohibitions
||Soil evaluation and soil evaluators
||Subdivisions and new lots
||Site review and permits for STS installation and operation
||STS designers and designs
||Flow estimation and waste strength
||Tanks, pumps and controls, and building sewers
||Product standards, review, and operation and
||Appendix A to 3701-29-13: Low Pressure Dosed Sand Filters
||Appendix B to 3701-29-13: Timed Dosed Sand
||Effluent quality standards
||General soil absorption standards
||Appendix A to 3701-29-15: Technical standards for use of
Leaching Trenches for Soil Absorption
||Appendix B to 3701-29-15: Sand Mound
||Appendix C to 3701-29-15: Drip Distribution Systems
||Low pressure distribution
||Appendix to 3701-29-16: Drainage to Manage the Level of
Seasonal Water in Soils
||Gray water recycling systems and alternative toilets
||Privies, holding tanks, and portable toilets
||STS operation and maintenance management and system owner
||Septage and sewage management
||Variances and more stringent standards
||Verification of compliance and enforcement