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Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal–Homes Must Be Connected To Elec & Water Grid


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30 minutes ago, Errol said:

So you can just use renewable sources, and connect your equipment up to your own power generators.

Still wouldn't get any grid bills.

You do not understand why the government is dangerous and frankly, do not deserve a vote.

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18 minutes ago, ftb_fml said:

Shocking, but hardly surprising tbh from a system that increasingly demands conformity / debt slavery and seeks to punish / exclude / vilify anyone who wishes to reject the norms and values being forced upon them.

"Along with other state utilities, FPL has been criticized for using its influence with state politicians and political organizations to reject laws which would make it easier for home and business owners to adopt rooftop solar.[47] According to the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, several of the top utility companies in Florida, including FPL, have contributed over $12 million towards the election campaigns of state lawmakers since 2010"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florida_Power_%26_Light

Free fecking market - my a*rse.

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58 minutes ago, Errol said:

So you can just use renewable sources, and connect your equipment up to your own power generators.

Still wouldn't get any grid bills.

Not correct dude. Not even close. You make a lot of claims that are entirely incorrect and fail with even cursory cross examination.

For example....it is mandated in the OP's article that you MUST BE CONNECTED...therefore you pay connection fees and all associated charges.

..water...sewer...meters...boxes...backflow...service charges..et...

What is your source of information? Old bloke at the pub?

Change your user name to Error perhaps?

 

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There are laws now in some states prohibiting collecting rain water, eating in a public place, giving food to the homeless on the street, and growing your own crops. It is obvious that the government want everybody to be dependent on the state so that everyone will be more obedient and less troublesome.

And Agenda 21 or Agenda 2030 will be implemented gradually so that it will be hard to notice it happening.

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5 hours ago, Saving For a Space Ship said:

  Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal – Mandates All Homes Must Be Connected To Electricity & Water Grid

http://alternativemediasyndicate.com/2017/07/04/florida-makes-off-grid-living-illegal-mandates-homes-must-connected-electricity-water-grid/

winnebago excluded?  see them connecting a hose while travelling 50km

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Just now, Upabove said:

To be fair water connection and rain water collection regulations are fair in areas of drought,  rainwater being a shared resource after all.  However such an exception clearly doesn't apply to florida!

In areas of drought collecting rainwater makes even more sense, as long as you're not building your own private reservoir.

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23 hours ago, Errol said:

So you can just use renewable sources, and connect your equipment up to your own power generators.

Still wouldn't get any grid bills.

Why not....a standing charge is the rental cost for having the connection whether it is used or not.....;)

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