The Shakedown of Curtimade Dairy
The Valley Voice
In a lawsuit filed on July 31 of this year, Curtimade Dairy is being sued by the city of Corcoran for $65 million for nitrate contamination of its municipal wells.
Nitrate contamination is rampant throughout the Central Valley and happens naturally, but is primarily caused by over pumping, fertilizers, pesticides, and septic tanks.
Corcoran Attempts to Milk Neighboring Dairy Dry to Pay Off Debt
The City of Corcoran’s ongoing litigation against Curtimade Dairy is shameful and unwarranted. Instead of focusing tax dollars on safe and sustainable water projects, they’re targeting one of their oldest neighbors to foot the bill for old debt and new legal fees.
Corcoran Residents Deserve Better in an Effort to Repair Drinking Water Source
The City of Corcoran has named one of its oldest neighbors an opponent in an effort to repair the city’s neglected water wells. Despite previous efforts of cooperation, Corcoran leaders continue the march through litigation against Curtimade Dairy. A path that is expensive and unnecessary, the residents of Corcoran deserve a more certain track towards reliable drinking water.
Support Our Community: Solutions Over Litigation
Letter to the City
This letter is submitted as public comment for the December 10 City Council Agenda Item No. 7-A, to Review the Nitrate Mitigation Study prepared by Corona Environmental.
Local Ag Warns Corcoran – Suit Against Curtimade Dairy Will Have Statewide Consequences
It was standing room only as supporters of Curtimade Dairy lined the walls of Corcoran City Council Chambers during last night’s city council meeting.