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    Preserving Skagit County's rural character by protecting the environment, supporting        sustainable resource based economies and promoting livable urban communities.

 

WATER ISSUES

Privatization of Portland OR water Truthout article

Fighting the Corporate Theft of Our Water 2007 Alternet article

Skagit County Planning & Development Services Announcement Water Issues

April 9 Public Hearing Notice from Defending Water in the Skagit Basin - Sandra Spargo

Anacortes Citizens Organize to Have a Say

Pacific NW Magazine article about Anacortes by Bill Dietrich

PLEASE ATTEND THE ANACORTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 7 pm 904 6th St. Anacortes.
On Monday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m., 904 6th St., the Anacortes City Council will vote upon the following:
A resolution as to whether or not to support the modification of the urban growth area (UGA) to accommodate Tethys' proposal to build a one million square foot bottling plant entitled to five million gallons of municipal water per day through 2050.
Defending Water in the Skagit River Basin is a separate organization from Save Our Skagit River.
 
Save Our Skagit River contact is Judy Booth, judy.booth28@gmail.com, 360-610-3279.

 

   

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