Wood Stove “Mobile Apps” for Rural Poor and Elderly?
Forty percent of low-income Americans reported that they have had to choose between paying for food and utilities in the past year.
Should local governments have sweeping power to change how we live–especially when those changes would hurt our neediest citizens the most?
Should a government’s decision making process be more accessible to those who are affected the most?
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA) is an unelected, little known, and powerful agency that has created strict and confusing regulations over wood burning, that have a great impact on low income citizens in King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties.
In an apparent attempt to share their draconian wood stove laws with folks who are trying hard not to freeze in their homes, PSCAA came up with some really cool mobile apps.
If you have any problems with PSCAA’s apps, they’ll try their best to get back to you within two business days. Of course, that doesn’t stop you from getting hit with massive fines if you go ahead and light your wood stove because it’s cold and you can’t reach them for days. Continue reading PSCAA: Harsh wood stove laws hurt “heat-or-eat” rural poor