Press Release June 3, 2015
The local community group W.A.T.E.R. (We Advocate Thorough Environmental Review) has hired land use and water attorney Donald B. Mooney, to represent it in demanding that Crystal Geyser and the County government follow County law before allowing Crystal Geyser to start their plastic bottle manufacturing/tea brewing/juice bottling operation just outside the northern border of Mt. Shasta City. On behalf of W.A.T.E.R., Mr. Mooney sent a letter today to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors and Crystal Geyser pointing out that the land in question has long been designated by the County's General Plan as a "Woodland Productivity" zone which specifically forbids heavy industrial uses (such as plastic manufacturing, and non-spring water beverage brewing and mixing, all of which are planned by Crystal Geyser). Read Full Document
Summary of Crystal Geysers' claims
about Mt. Shasta hydrology Read more
Prof. Emeritus of Physics
Univ. of Michigan
June 15, 2015
MAP 11: Woodland Productivity overlay
Policy 32. Single-family residential, light industrial, light commercial, open space, nonprofit and non-organizational in nature recreational uses, commercial/recreatipnal uses, and public or quasi public uses only may be permitted.
The pemlitted uses will not create erosion or sedimentation problems. Read more
Cyrstal Geyser Plant Views
W.A.T.E.R. Letter to County
On June 3, 2015 W.A.T.E.R attorney Don Moony submitted this letter to Siskiyou County Supervisors challenging the legality of Crystal Geyser permits.