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Nestle should have gotten the message when 69% of voters in Hood River County supported a ballot measure to effectively shut them out of using the waters of Cascade Locks for their profit making bottling plant.  Instead they still want to move  forward.

You can help stop them but you have to act now. 

Below is the most recent message from the Local Water Alliance which wrote and ran the initiative campaign.

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David e. Delk,President  503.232.5495 | Alliance for Democracy | Populist Dialogues | Move to Amend PDX
Local Water Alliance
(Hood River County folks opposing Nestle plans to bottle Cascade Locks water)
needs your help NOW!

Local Water Alliance

Thank you so much for supporting the Hood River County Water Protection Measure campaign. Now that the election is over and an incredible 69% of Hood River County voters have voiced their opinion in favor of the Water Protection Measure, it's time to ensure that the voter-backed measure is upheld.

Unfortunately, we have already learned that the Cascade Locks Port and City Council are considering legal challenges to overturn the overwhelming results of this democratic vote.

In addition, Curt Melcher, Director of Oregon Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), continues to move forward with the water exchange application, which can still leave open the door to Nestlé’s proposed water bottling operation. ODFW’s action shows blatant disregard for voters’ overwhelming support of the Hood River County Water Protection Measure.

Our work to protect public water is not over, and we need your help now.

Contact Governor Kate Brown and urge her to respect the will of voters and the Confederated tribes of Warm Springs, Umatilla, and Yakama. The Governor deserves credit for reversing the ODFW’s attempt to transfer state water rights from Oxbow Springs to the City of Cascade Locks for Nestlé’s benefit without a public-interest test. But with Hood River County’s landslide vote against industrial-scale bottled water operations, it is now time for Governor Brown to end years of additional legal battles and make clear that Oxbow Springs water will not be traded away to Nestlé.

Please take action today and ask Governor Brown to respect the will of the voters and to advise ODFW to retract the water exchange application since it will lead to an activity that, as of now, is illegal in Hood River County.

Governor contact info:

Online email form: http://www.oregon.gov/gov/Pages/share-your-opinion.aspx

Governor’s Constituent Services Office:  (503) 378-4582

Mail:
Governor Brown
Attn: Citizens' Representative
160 State Capitol
900 Court Street
Salem, Oregon 97301-4047

It is time to close the door on Nestlé and work together to create a truly stable local economy in Cascade Locks and throughout the Gorge.

With gratitude,

Aurora del Val,
Campaign Director,
Local Water Alliance


Local Water Alliance
http://www.localwateralliance.org/

Dirty Energy AND Dirty Money
Co-sponsored by Alliance for Democracy
 
How money in politics skews the fight against climate change… and how we can fix it!

Common Cause Oregon teamed up with environmental advocates to investigate how big money tried to block major clean energy reform in the Oregon legislature.
And now we want to share our research with you.

Find out:

  • Which legislators accepted money from the fossil fuels industry?
  • How did big oil lobbyists try to rewrite our laws?
  • What scare tactics did they use to attempt to block reform?

June 27th
7:00 pm-8:30 pm
Doors open at 6:30 pm
First Unitarian Church of Portland
1226 SW Salmon St
Portland

Featuring insights from:

  • Angela Crowley-Koch from Oregon Environmental Council,
  • Daniel Lewkow from Common Cause Oregon,
  • Nick Abraham from Oil Check NW,
  • Nikki Fisher from The Bus Project, and
  • Jefferson Smith from Thank You Democracy on XRAY.fm.
Also in Beaverton on June 29th with different panelists,
 7:00 pm-8:30 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
12405 SW Butner Rd,
Beaverton, 97005
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