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C.A.I.A. IS A NON-PARTISAN IDAHO NON-PROFIT DEDICATED TO REPRESENTING AND EDUCATING THE PUBLIC AND PARTICIPATING IN PUBLIC PROCESSES TO PROMOTE THE PRESERVATION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS, PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY AND CRITICAL RESOURCES

HEALTH IMPACTS

Human health risks
Harms to pets/stock/wildlife
Dangerous industry-related jobs
Public health/safety costs
Quality of life

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

Harm to precious water
Air and soil pollution
Earthquakes
Fire/explosions
Fracking/no fracking is moot 

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PROPERTY IMPACTS

Mortgage/insurance jeopardy
Do you have property rights??
Lease snags and negotiation
On public lands as well
What about alternatives?

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FINANCIAL IMPACTS

How the taxpayer pays
Hidden costs/liabilities to cover
‘Forced pooling’ and you
What are ‘split estates’?
Loss of homes/values

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A beautiful refuge on the Boise River in Ada County, already leased for future drilling and potential hydraulic fracturing, along with the next 38 river-miles all the way to the Oregon border, plus another 92 river-miles of the Payette and Snake Rivers in Idaho

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August 28 at 3:00 P.M. motions to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Eagle City against Eagle Water Company/H20 Water/Suez Water will be heard by Judge Steven Hippler at the Ada County Courthouse, 4th Judicial District Court (200 W. Front Street, Boise). This hearing is open to the public and we encourage people to attend as a show of support for the City of Eagle.

CAIA has intervened through the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC), process in an attempt to block the sale of EWC to multinational, French-based Suez Water, thereby preserving pristine quality, reasonable rates and local control of this critical water system for the Eagle community. The results of the lawsuit will determine our future course of action as interveners.

A big shout out to Mayor Stan Ridgeway, Eagle City Council members Miranda Gold, Ken Pittman, Stan Bastian and Jill Mitchell, and the city attorneys for their commitment to aggressively protecting this precious, irreplaceable resource for the residents of Eagle. It is highly rewarding to witness elected officials doing the job their constituents put them in office to do. WATER IS LIFE
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