Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (ICCI) will be hosting a community meeting in Rockwell City tomorrow (Tuesday) regarding the organization’s ongoing efforts to fight for clean water. Their stop in Calhoun County is part of a series of eight roadshows that will primarily focus on the group’s lawsuit against the state. During the meeting, attendees will learn the history behind the lawsuit, the public trust doctrine its based on and ways they can get involved with ICCI’s efforts. “Iowans are tired of being told that our interests—our water, our health, our enjoyment of public waters, our drinking water, our pocketbook—must be compromised or balanced with those of corporate ag and other industries willing to destroy our lives for profit,” says ICCI State Policy Director, Adam Mason. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14 at the Rockwell City Public Library. There is no cost to attend, but interested individuals are asked to RSVP at the link included with this story on our website.