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Independence Outlawed?

A florida woman is facing eviction because she is attempting to live "off the grid".  She was found to be in violation of city ordinance, which is bad enough, but what about the "International Property Maintenance Code?"  That sounds like the U.N. Agenda 21; they changed the name, though.

My question is: because these "codes, regulations and laws exist" does that mean she must comply or be deemed a criminal?  Or could the local "authority" let it go and leave her alone?  She is just one of many who are attempting to become more independent and self-sufficient.  Are they "criminals", too?  The Judge said he did not agree with the "laws", but he has no choice and must enforce them.  Really?  That sounds like a weak excuse and certainly not acting in accordance with his own judgement.

Robin Speronis, a 54-year-old former real estate agent currently living in Cape Coral in a small duplex, has her own solar panels and collects rain water for her needs, She has even installed a simple outdoor shower in order to be independent from the municipal energy and water supply. The local power company and water supply surely have a hand in the Special Magistrate Harold S. Eskin’s ruling that, although the regulations for her city are redundant and unreasonable, she was in violation of city code as well as the International Property Maintenance Code.

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