OZARKS PROPERTY RIGHTS CONGRESS MEETING
April 14 -7:00 p.m.— Vaught’s Family Restaurant
On meeting nights, food is served from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will be a buffet on this meeting night.
Vaught’s Restaurant is on Highway 160 West of Highway 5 South
The Ozarks Highlands National Heritage Area has been stopped for now. Bob Parker will speak on following the money trail of how some $189,000 was spent on this effort to infringe on our property rights. We are not convinced that the OHNHA is really going away all together. We must be extra vigilant that is does not sneak back into our lives in some other form. Guess we are just suspicious that way, judging from past experience dealing with government agencies.
Combating the effects of the Food Safety Modernization Act by passing Local Food Freedom Ordinances. Patterned after the ordinance passed in Sedgewick, Maine, Doreen Hannes has drawn up a similar ordinance for counties in Missouri. We will discuss what the Act enables agencies to do to our right to grow food, and what the local food freedom ordinance can do to help protect us. Mary Rivera will be talking about that and County Land Use Plans.
Counties that have land use plans should use those plans to stop these efforts by the Federal Government to tell them how to run their county. We need to get back to local citizens being in charge of their rights.