The Mexican matricula consular card only serves illegal aliens. All legal immigrants are rquired to have their visa or green card on their person at all times. This is federal law. Durham is enabling illegal immigrants and contributing to illegal immigration by offering them protection from federal and local discovery. The legal term "aiding and abetting" comes to mind. Illegal aliens need local support to survive and thrive. Sounds like the Durham town council and police department are illegal immigration supporters.
Just so we are clear on this, I'd like to make one point very clear. That point is, a heavy majority of the residents of New Hill are adamantly against the sewage plant being forced into their community. The handful of New Hill resident that support the plant have every right to be heard, however, I'm just sorry to see that their desire for the possibility of a sewarge hookup exceeds their concern for the majority of their neighbors and the community as a whole. With that said, I guess it's almost impossible to get a 100% agreeance on anything these days.
Has the NHCA sent a link to this article to the mayor and city council members of Cary, Apex, Morrisville, and Holly Springs?
"One other thought about this article: Rebekah did the research for 2 - 3 weeks and discovered the Western Wake Partners mistakes. If an outsider can come to the conclusions she came to after 2 - 3 weeks of research, why can't the towns of Cary, Apex, Morrisville, and Holly Springs see the error of their ways. After all they have been dealing forcing the sewage plant on New Hill for over 6 years."
In the Western Wake Partners eyes, there were no mistakes made. Yep, I'm suggesting they have purposely, since the beginning, done everything they could to get site 14 approved. There was never any consideration given for the New Hill community. The Western Wake Partners, specifically Cary, should be extremely ashamed of their actions up to this point. Their complete lack of integrity, honesty, and process transparency is disgusting. On another note, I'm a little disturbed to find out that some in New Hill are now making concessions to lessen impact. In my opinion, it gives the appearence of throwing in the towel.
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