EID Trustee Chairman : Emigration Improvement District Had No Obligation to Report Lead Contamination To Water Users and “ Michael Scott Hughes ” in 2016 Standby Customers
Creamer - 4 inch pipe
. In 1998, Development private land-developers of the “ ” EID Advisory Committee sold numerous parcels designated as the “ ” to unsuspecting buyers. However, because Canyon residents Bel Air of Salt Lake City EID’s proposal to construct a water system in 1995, they had neither the had defeated nor water rights to make the project economically viable. So, ignoring Canyon voters, EID simply acquired $6.3 million dollars of debt through a program intended for “ infrastructure ” thereby yielding tens of millions in private profit. economically disadvantaged communities
What else did the article fail to mention?
According to , its own records EID water-supply lines are grossly undersized and cannot provide adequate flow in case of a fire emergency. This was the additional reason why Utah State Engineer Dr. Steve Onysko refused to certify the project in addition to a “preposterously oversized” water tank and improper use of federally-backed funds.
What is next?
Contrary to the article’s “bottomless pit” metaphor, if pending litigation against EID is successful, The ECHO-Association will relieve taxpayers of federally-backed debt with the stroke of a pen.
Why is that now likely to occur?
Notably, the 6-year statute of limitation cited by both Judge Parish and HCN was recently overruled unanimously by the US Supreme Court ( Docket No. 18-315) in favor of the 10-year statute argued by our legal team since Day 1.
Mark Christopher Tracy Ass. jur. (German Barrister, inactive) J.D. (University of San Diego)
CBS News – Study: Nitrate Pollution in U.S. Drinking Water Could Lead to Thousands of Cancer Cases (June 11, 2019)
NPR – How A ‘Perfect Storm’ Cut Off Water To This Colorado Town
Utah Geological Survey – Proposal for Hydrogeologic [sic] Study of Emigration Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah
NPR – Supreme Court Overturns Precedent In Property Rights Case (June 22, 2019)
SL Tribune – Opinion Letter: An Irresponsible Decision on Water [in Emigration Canyon] (February 19, 2019)
Desert News – Groundwater Depletion Sinks Portions of Cedar Valley (March 31, 2014)
Radio From Hell (RFH-X96) – Planned Gun Range/Wedding Resort in Emigration Canyon (November 16, 2018)
SL Tribune – A Utah landowner in Emigration Canyon envisions a zip line, sledding hill and gun ranges on his property. His neighbors hate the idea (November 15, 2018)
SL Tribune – Gov. Herbert Declares Drought Emergency for all of Utah (October 16, 2018)
KSL.com – Are Taxpayers Getting Soaked by Water District Salaries? (November 2, 2018)
KUTV – Sandy Estimates 600 homes Affected by Water Contamination, Says to Flush Water Systems (February 15, 2019)
Desert News – Report Shows 239 People Sickened in Utah Fluoride Overfeed [Sandy, Utah]; Investigation Continuing (April 20, 2019)
WSJ – Newark Water Tests Show High Lead Levels, Prompting Threat of Legal Action
CBS News – New Study Claims 43 States Expose Millions to Dangerous Chemical in Drinking Water (May 7, 2019)
NRDC – Nestlé’s Ice Mountain Bottled Water Leaves Nothing for Michigan’s Trout (June 1, 2018)
Utah State Auditor – EID Complaint Nr. 1-2
Utah State Auditor – EID Complaint Nr. 1-6
Utah State Auditor – EID Complaint Nr. 1-7
Utah State Auditor – Open Investigation (April 28, 2014)
Utah State Auditor – Final Report (August 24, 2016)
Open Land Purchase of $700,000 in Emigration Canyon with $200,000 of Public Funds (4.6 acres) – 2016
Desert News – A Colorful Past Lies Buried at Mount Olivet (June 5, 1991)
The New Yorker – The Personal Toll of Whistleblowing (January 29, 2019)