Out of Control EPA and Arizona Code Enforcers

Rusdon Ray, a local draftsman/Home Designer, along with some builders and home owners, met with Maricopa County District 2 Supervisor Steve Chucri in early March 2013.  They wanted to let him know that the EPA, as well as the ICC’s International Building Codes adopted by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS), are forcing the construction industry to conform to illogical, tyrannical, untenable regulations and codes.  Imagine a police officer entering your home and ordering you to install a certain type of swimming pool motor, air conditioner, shower head, toilet, etc.  Would this happen in a free country?  Yet, our local government, through Code Enforcement, has the power to keep you from taking possession of your home if you haven’t installed these items.  If you as the home owner take possession anyway, your local government can prevent you from getting your power turned on.  See an article titled “Quest for Excellence best done through Mandates or Personal Choice?” written by Rusdon Ray.
 Here is the letter that Rusdon wrote to Steve Chucri: 

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The Kangaroo Court of Randy Parraz

A few weeks ago, I submitted the following Letter to the Editor of the Arizona Republic. They didn’t publish it, so I sent it to the East Valley Tribune. They didn’t publish it either. Maybe it’s because they would rather join Randy Parraz in condemning Sheriff Joe Arpaio than print the truth.

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My Experience at the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

When you read through this, plus my and Kelly Townsend’s presentations made to the MCBOS (Maricopa County Board of Supervisors) which follow, please understand one thing. Randy Parraz’s entire strategy is to SWAY PUBLIC OPINION. That’s all he has to do to get Arpaio out of office. The leftist media provides Parraz with his echo chamber, capturing his quotes and repeating them through television and print. The leftist media ignores anything positive about Arpaio, simply referring to those who support the rule of law as “Arpaio supporters.”

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