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On April 1, 2018 the Daily Interlake's besotted editorial board published an editorial siding with the law abridging county commissioners and their intellectually challenged ruling denying the Egan Slough Zoning District Expansion, a ruling found gravely wanting and deficient by an objective District Court Judge.  The editorial board votes for anarchy.  Dave has a better idea. You may read the editorial...

Wherever bottling plants arise, so too does corruption and the defilement of public governance. After months of rigorously adhering to the requirements to expand their zoning district, the Egan Slough neighborhood group faced off with the county commissioners.  Along with the neighborhood group came over 140 other supporters who requested that the county give the community the right to determine their...

After a long time on the run pursuing the County Commissioners via the lawsuit, working so hard to get the ballot initiative to extend the Egan Slough Zoning District on the June 5th election, developing a world-class legal case against the DNRC and presenting it in front of the kangaroo court convened by the DNRC and one of their lackeys,...

On March 23rd, District Court Judge Robert Allison sent the Flathead County Commissioner's flawed decision to impede the Egan Slough Zoning District expansion back to the County Commissioners due to numerous flaws and failures in reasoning.  But where does that leave Flathead Valley residents who oppose the bottling plant?  Does this mean that the bottling plant is thwarted?  Unfortunately, No. This...

On March 23rd, 2018 the Egan Slough Communities got a resounding vote of confidence when District Court Judge Robert Allison determined that the Flathead County Commissioners acted in a way that was clearly an 'abuse of discretion.'  He found that the commissioners simply did not understand what they were doing in this case, or if they did -- did so...

A Nestlé bottled water factory in Stanwood, Mich., produces up to 1,200 bottles a minute and is served by seven nearby wells drawing up to 250 gallons of spring water a minute. Water Fact: According to the DNRC permit pg 25, the Montana Artesian Water Company intends to bottle 450 gallons per minute. Water Fact: According to the DNRC permit pg 25, the...

As adjoining landowners, my neighbors and I have been living an absolute nightmare because of Weaver's water-bottling plant application By Steve Harvey // Mar 8, 2017 // Guest Column, Opinion   http://flatheadbeacon.com/2017/03/08/water-torture-really/...

In the case of Orland, California, a tiny town on Interstate 5 about 100 miles north of Sacramento, Crystal Geyser counted on dealing with a bunch of ignorant country hicks. Unbeknownst to most of the locals, they operated in secrecy under the guise of the consulting firm, MALCOLM PIRNIE. This firm was genius in getting all ducks in a row,...