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FERC and the Lake of the Ozarks
October 6th, 2011 8:47 AM
CURB FERC regulations which over reach and over regulate Lake of the Ozarks

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is enforcing shoreline management rules decades after hydroelectric projects were first developed. Retroactive rules are irrational, without reason, or scientific basis. The burden of this regulation far out weights any public benefit.

The impact on surrounding communities cannot be exaggerated as FERC rules are discouraging private investment, lowering property values, killing jobs, limiting access to project waters, inhibiting landowner’s ability to sell, violating Federal, State and local ordinances, and trampling on personal property rights. FERC is ignoring Executive Order 13563 and the 11 July 2011 supplemental order for Independent Agencies. Wise regulatory decisions depend on careful analysis of the likely consequences of regulation.

Click the link below, create an account with the White House and PLEASE sign this petition to Curb FERC's overstepping regulations. It IS vitally important to the entire Lake of the Ozarks and everyone who ever visits and loves the Lake as we do!!

http://wh.gov/4V0

*If you want to find out if your property at the Lake of the Ozarks is being impacted by FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), please go to this site and contact the proper representative. I was told there is no "list" and that this is the way to verify.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Mike Berra
Berra Real Estate Group, LLC
Lake of the Ozarks

 

 


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