Family Pancake House 3900 Kitsap Way, Bremerton WA 98312 Thursday Sep 29, 5PM meet, greet, and order no-host dinner.
Russ Shiplet, Executive Director of Kitsap Public Facilities District will present a program on the assets of the facilities, ranging from buildings to open space. Come see and hear about the amenities that make Kitsap County a special place to live.
Public and member meeting Thursday, August 25, The Family Pancake House, 3900 Kitsap Way. Arrive early to order no-host dinner and network. Dinner meeting starts at 6pm.
- To free private property from unreasonable government regulation.
- To work for responsible wildlife habitat protection and for conservation of natural resources.
- To support those who defend the rights guaranteed to owners of private property by the U.S. and Washington State Constitutions.
Kitsap Housing Supply is in Crisis
“Housing Affordability” vs. “Affordable Housing”
It’s not about “affordable housing,’·
It’s about housing people can afford to buy.
There’s a big difference.
What brought on the French ‘revolution?
Today in Kitsap County, 1 in 15 families are struggling with poverty due to extreme property regulation.
Kitsap County Commissioners have advised us of our critical housing shortage Click here
- There is a current shortfall of 9500 units to house 4524 families.
- The housing shortage grows to 34,650 units in 16 years.
- 515 housing units are currently being built in Kitsap County.
- 1,480 new housing units per year are needed to satisfy current growth.
- Without correction, the problem grows worse each year into the future.
Without correction, the problem grows worse each year into the future.
Discretionary income allows freedom of choice and liberty. Home ownership is the bedrock of personal dignity. High taxes and excessive regulation destroy and undermine both freedom of choice and personal dignity. Housing is typically a family’s largest discretionary income cost. As we learned in “Economics 101”, supply and demand determine prices. Reducing the cost of housing allows discretionary income to be spent elsewhere, creating jobs and tax revenue.
“ Administrative Law and Your Rights as Property Owners”
Our Federal and State Constitution require all laws be voted on by Congress or the Legislature. Our County Government is using Administrative Law to regulate and enforce current and proposed future regulations that may directly affect you, the property owner. These rules and regulations are written by unelected county employees to benefit their own agency agendas or the County Departments themselves! Is this even legal?
Learn how these Administrative rules and regulations written by unelected employees of the County can ultimately cost you money! Know your Property Rights!
Adminstrative Law Town Hall Oct 2015 Presentation
Get Involved and Speak out!
Who We Are
Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners is a legal corporation under the laws of the State of Washington. According to its bylaws, the purpose of the Kitsap Alliance is “to protect and preserve property rights of owners of waterfront and streamside real property and all other privately owned property.”
We welcome all individuals, groups and businesses that have an actual vested interest in private property or who are interested in property rights and/or the use and regulation of real property to the arena of discussion.