Rebekah P.: Rayn, barrel these greedy control freaks
Marilyn M.: i don’t get the gripe. i have one & i use it instead of being water greedy by wasting the water from the aquifer.
Rayn: Since the 1850s, the Great State of Colorado has claimed full possession of the territory’s rainwater, making all private collection “illegal.” Finally, the serfs fought back against these tyrannical “rules,” and their masters responded by “allowing” them the ability to keep up to two barrels, totaling 110 gals, on their property for rain water collection.
(Andre’ Gabriel Esparza) Earlier this year the Austin City Council banned inside and outside gatherings with a 9-2 vote, making it illegal to have “more than six adults” congregating between the hours of 7 a.m and 10 p.m. Which would obviously include: birthday parties, backyard BBQs, family reunions, bachelor and bachelorette events, and even infringing on religious celebrations like Quinceaneras and bar mitzvahs. People that have spent top dollar to rent these (Short Term Rental properties) that are also considered private property will now be forced by the city to comply and adhere to the ordinance or be issued extortion notes. They also face the dangerous actions of having their private events & vacations raided and ransacked by the Austin police and the code compliance automatons with their clipboards walking in to jot down anything that they don’t like. The temporary residents are also prohibited from sleeping or playing any instruments past 10 p.m.