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Oxbow Springs cascades from the basalt cliffs above Cascade Locks and now stands at the crux between a community's need for jobs and wider concerns on the use of publically owned Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife spring water. Nestle' is negotiating with city leaders for a bottling plant which would share spring and city well water resources for its operations.

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Ruling brings Nestlé closer to CL

State agency says Nestlé opponents’ chief argument is ‘without merit’

Nestlé’s proposed water bottling plant in Cascade Locks may still be years away, but last week a state ruling helped Nestlé over one of multiple legal hurdles it must clear before the 250,000-square-foot plant can be built.

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State hears testimony on Nestlé

For its first monthly meeting in its new headquarters in Salem, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission christened its new digs by hearing pro and con testimony regarding a proposal to build a Nestlé water bottling plant in the city of Cascade Locks.

Cascade Locks prepares for Nestle' with due diligence

April 14, 2012 Committee agress public education is key priority

April 14, 2012 Committee agress public education is key priority

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