Important Hearing, Lake Butler June 26, 2019 HPSII/Union County

 

Boots on the Ground needed!!  Prepare NOW to BE THERE on June 26!

On June 26, 10:00 am in the Union Co. Courthouse, a hearing will be held to determine the outcome of HPS ‘ lawsuit against Union Co. demanding $298,750,000 and costs for monies lost for not being allowed to mine.   Attend to support the brave commissioners of Union Co. who are fighting to do the will of the people and keep corporate bullies out of Union Co.

Union County will request a dismissal of the lawsuit.  If granted, that will be great.  If denied, the two parties will proceed to trial at a later date.

james williams In: Important Hearing, Lake Butler June 26, 2019  HPSII/Union County | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. | Protecting the Santa Fe River in North Florida
James Williams

While this is a hearing and there will be no public comment, please attend to show solidarity and support for the Union County commissioners.

OSFR was present at the regular county commission meeting tonight, June 17, 2019.  New at Union Co. is the addition of a County Coordinator, who is James Williams.

Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.
-A river is like a life: once taken, it cannot be brought back-


4 Comments

  1. El dinero, siempre el dinero por encima de todos los valores morales, excepto cuando atañan a uno.
    Espero que la justicia de Florida actúe en consecuencia y sirva de precedente para toda conducta ávara y egoísta.

    1. “Money, always money above all moral values, except when they concern one.
      I hope that Florida’s justice acts accordingly and serves as a precedent for all avarice and selfish behavior.” (translation by Google)

  2. Consumers should not buy any bottled water at all because it is a tragic waste of resources and will contribute millions of plastic bottles polluting the environment for generations to come. The cost to the environment and to each person and the public purse is massive while the few shareholders in Nestle take their money abroad and put it into more to toxic ventures – alas for the planet and Florida in particular.

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