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WATER - an URGENT REPORT: A New Jersey bid to "privatize water" without public votes | Al Jazeera America . . . posted on www.StopTheCrime.net

COMMENT:  Utility companies were instructed long ago to delay network rehabilitation and infrastructure investment.  Now with three generations of pipe having reached the end of life - infrastructure investment has become crisis driven!  This was all part of the plan. This is "exactly" what the document (BELOW) entitled Global Water Intelligence - Water "Market" USA out of Oxford, England told us . . . The utilities have intentionally NOT invested in infrastructure maintenance in order to force public water municipalities to sell off their-OUR water systems to private corporations . . . The report below is a MUST read and free download to share far and wide . . . AND go to PrimaryWaterInstitute.org and PrimaryWater.org to print and distribute 1/2 page flyers exposing WHY we DO NOT have a water shortage!  

We recommend watching the YouTube "Water Wars Stealing Water for Profit and Power" . . . this YouTube is "filled" with source documents that connect the planned privatization of PUBLIC water municipalities by exposing the transfer of water to PRIVATE corporations for massive profits . . .You will learn water is a "renewable" resource and is continuously created, in abundance, within the earth and easy to access . . . 

National and international corporate agencies and bankers are moving forward according to these documents to seize global control of the water resources and create a Global Water "MARKET" . . . 

URGENT REPORT:  Global Water Intelligence - Water "Market" USA - Report out of Oxford, England - utility infrastructure intentionally allowed to deteriorate . . .


A New Jersey bid to "privatize water" without public votes | Al Jazeera America . . .


Excerpt form above article:

If approved by Gov. Christie, bill would give municipalities with aging pipes right to sell systems to private companies . . .

A bill that would allow New Jersey municipalities to sell their public water utilities to private, for-profit corporations without putting the measure to voters is awaiting Gov. Chris Christie’s signature.

Until now, any municipality in New Jersey that sought to sell off its water system to a private bidder had to hold a public vote. But a bill passed with bipartisan support by the state’s Senate last week would allow municipalities with aging and deteriorating water systems to put their systems up for sale without holding a referendum.

While supporters of the bill say privatizing water systems could save municipalities money, it allows companies to factor the purchase price of the systems into the rates they charge customers, meaning taxpayers could ultimately be on the hook for the sale of their water systems.Many New Jersey municipalities have turned to privatization as a way to get quick cash infusions for their deteriorating water systems. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the state would need $41 billion over the next 20 years to repair its water, stormwater and wastewater systems.

Andrew Hendry, the president of the New Jersey Utilities Commission. He pointed out that private water systems in the state account for only 2 percent of state Safe Drinking Water Act violations, which he said proves privatization is a responsible way forward for New Jersey towns.

“We absolutely need to invest in our water system, but this doesn’t actually address that issue,” said Jim Walsh, the mid-Atlantic director for Food and Water Watch. “It just trades the option of low-interest municipal debt for high-interest equity markets. Wall Street gets rich in the process of our pipes being fixed.”