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Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
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5/18/14
 
Congressman McClintock:
 
You have been most helpful and steadfast if helping the ranchers and farmers in the Klamath River Basin in our on going battle to save the hydro-electric facilities and water allocations to ranchers and farmers in Siskiyou, Modoc and Klamath counties.  .  
 
Attached  are two documents that a joint unofficial task force, known as the Cal-Ore Bi-State Alliance have put together and presented at a joint meeting of the Siskiyou County Supervisors and the Klamath County, Ore. Commissioners.  These alternatives to dam removal suggestions are far less expensive, and more doable than taking out the dams, destroying the hydro-electric facilities and allocating limited water resources.
 
As in the past, your continued support for maintaining these facilities, that were developed on sound science and common sense, is sincerely appreciated.

 
Respectfully, Frank Tallerico, (board member of Siskiyou County Water Users Association and participant in the Bi-State Alliance).

5/8/14

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