JAMES ROBERT DEAL ATTORNEY PLLC
PO Box 2276, Lynnwood, Washington 98036-2276
Telephone 425-771-1110, Fax 425-776-8081
July 20, 2011
NOTICE OF POTENTIAL LIABILITY TO EVERETT
FOR CONTINUING TO ALLOW WATER CONTAMINATION
Everett City Council
2930 Wetmore Ave. Suite 9-A
Everett, WA 98201
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Dear City Council,
I am the president of Fluoride Class Action and the vice-president of Washington Action for Safe Water. I write today on behalf of Fluoride Class Action.
First, I want to thank you for your willingness to serve on the city council. Being responsible for a city is like being responsible for a family. Someone has to do it. It is hard work. Sometimes the people you are responsible for do not appreciate your work. You are successful people who could make more money doing other things. But you serve because you care for the city of Everett.
Second, I want you to recall the oath you took when you joined the City Council. You swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Washington. That includes all the statutes and cases which grow out of and explain the Constitution.
Third, the science on the water contamination issue is not hard to understand. In this letter I have summarized the legal and the scientific arguments. My job as an attorney is to make complex technical questions comprehensible to a jury. This is a complex question, and you are the jury. If you fail to make an attempt to study the relevant science, you are making a big mistake.
Fourth, I will mention previous notices that I have sent to the Mayor and to Everett Utilities.
Finally, I again give formal Notice of Potential Liability to the City of Everett. I will point out how the city can possibly lessen and avoid liability.
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