Why did the planners of Waukesha's Great Lakes Water Diversion go way, way out of their way to dump water from Waukesha County Wisconsin into The Root River; two Counties away in Racine County?
The amount of pipe used to go from Waukesha could have easily reached through Milwaukee County and directly to lake Michigan? Why was it so important to dump this effluent into a river in a primarily rural corner of Milwaukee and Racine County?
What kind of neighbor would endanger where you live so they can have water? The City of Waukasha is that neighbor.
Waukesha should have her water but not at the expense of her neighbors. Lake Michigan water going to Waukesha must be returned to the watershed it came from. Waukesha is in the Mississippi River Watershed and the water she wants comes from Lake Michigan. The law says that all that water needs to be returned to where it came from after use and treatment.
The Insurrection at the United States Capitol hit us all pretty hard. The peaceful functions of our government were attacked. I mourn for our country and that this had to happen. I do all I can each day to be an example of the golden rule. Peace is my ultimate goal. I am a peaceful man. The poor souls who followed the disembodied voices on the radio, the podcasts, and videos. I have the United States Justice Departments (DOJ) posting of the few they were able to catch and put up for prosecution
This Federal Class action Suite can point the way toward a brighter future for Milwaukee and Wisconsin.
The Land that Milwaukee County owns belongs to her people. My letter to our current County Executive
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