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National Association of Counties Endorses Green Sustainability Controls

by Ramona Morrison
The Liberty and Property Rights Coalition (LPRC)

Posted 5/6/2013

County governments are being encouraged to impose U.N. backed green “sustainability” controls by the National Association of Counties  (NACo).   NACo’s Green Government Initiative provides comprehensive resources for local governments on all things green—including energy, air quality, transportation, water quality, land use, purchasing and recycling.

 

The NACo website offers a broad range of published reports, “[t]o help counties implement innovative and effective local programs,…training and assistance on topics such as transportation, land use planning, water resource protection and restoration, energy management, disaster mitigation, preparedness and response, and all things green.”

 

(Editorial note:  Many of the programs recommended by NACo trespass upon the constitutional protections afforded property owners.  The LPRC is working to provide property owners remedies to these attacks on their property and liberty rights.)

(naco.org)

 

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