About 45 member and friends of Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation
attended the Natural Resources Commission meeting held in Lansing on June 7.
Ten of us were given the time to speak during public appearances. We are
quite a group. Am proud to be a member of this group. People came from
Mecosta, Lake, Mt. Pleasant, Big Rapids, and Muskegon to name a few. It was
good to see so many new faces and members. A big THANK YOU to Lois and Karyl and Michael Hartzler for donating a motor coach for the trip to Lansing and
to all the people who came to lend support.
Perrier was not granted easement across Dedicated State-owned Land - Pere
Marquette State Forest and White Pine Trail State Park - Mecosta County. The
granting of the easement by K. L. Kool, Director of DNR, is contingent on
Perrier being granted permits from the Michigan Department of Environmental
Keep writing letters to the DEQ. Send copies of all letters written to the
DEQ to the governor, attorney general, US officials, state officials, and
local officials. Let the DEQ know you have sent copies of your letter to
It is not a done deal. Perrier does not have its permits from the DEQ or
easements from the DNR. Have you heard of Perrier buying land in Osceola
Township and near the Sanctuary Site? Has Perrier obtained easements from
private land owners? Does anyone have any information on this?