Kootenai County Comprehensive Plan
One of the most egregious examples of Agenda 21 is occurring in Kootenai County, Idaho. Without notifying citizens Kootenai County adopted a "comprehensive plan" in 2010 to revise its land use codes called the Kootenai County Unified Land Use Code (ULUC) First flag, comprehensive plan, Agenda 21 language.
Not easily deterred citizens have gathered to reject these Agenda 21 goals of taking property rights away. A few highlights are the involvement of Kootenai Environmental Alliance (KEA) in the creation of the ULUC (and not land owners), restriction of human activity in the environment, impact fees, growth limitations on private property, restrictions of activity near water (riparian nonsense), requirements of certification, registration, licensure, and qualified design professional costs onto property owners, enforcing regulations by Federal, State or Regional agencies into local land use law, and regulations to limit growth based on what might happen in the future.
The New American describes the ULUC problem further. The ULUC plan is nothing more than Agenda 21 to restrict access to land, restricting property rights, and an attempt to remove us from rural areas to cities. Here are a few examples of first person accounts by the Northwest Property Owners Alliance.
Be on the alert for this type of "comprehensive plan" coming your way in the future.
This website is non-partisan and is solely dedicated to removing the harmful controls placed on our state and nation through Agenda 21 and its associated programs. We invite all Idahoans to join us in this fight for freedom!