Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Loss of Democratic and Property Rights

(Rimbey, AB) There will be a public presentation on Alberta’s Transmission Line Policies at the Innisfail Legion Hall in Innisfail AB on Tuesday April 6th at 2:00 PM. The leader of the Lavesta Area Group, Joe Anglin will be the featured speaker. The public is welcome to attend.

Joe Anglin is a staunch advocate for Democratic Rights and Property Owner Rights. Anglin will be speaking about recently passed legislation that reduces the democratic process. He will answer questions from the public concerning legislation that denies citizens an opportunity to present evidence at a hearing concerning matters of health, fair compensation, and property taken or damaged. Anglin will be presenting relevant facts concerning recently created rules and regulations important to rural and urban property owners affected by industrial development. There will be ample time allotted for the public to participate.

This government’s Minister of Transportation, Luke Ouellette, has called Joe Anglin a dangerous person, and has insinuated that someone should take care of him. Other backbenchers in the governing party have made similar statements.

When asked about Ouellette’s comments Anglin says, “It is not the messenger that is dangerous, it is the facts I present to the public. Comments like this, from a minister, indicate this government fears an informed public – that is what is dangerous to their hold on power.” Anglin extends an invitation to Ouellette to come out and attend any of the public meetings and debate him on the facts.

For more information Contact
Joe Anglin
(403) 843-3279
(403) 963-0521 cell

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