Archive 149 - October 2014
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Longtime Elko GOP activist Gerber dead at 72, Washington Times 10/27/14, followed by Grant's recent letter regarding the Grass March - Cowboy Express, article, and letter to KBC News in 2002 when Grant was helping organize the Klamath Relief Fund and Convoys coming to help Klamath Farmers and ranchers whose water was shut off by the federal government in 2001.
California - Water Bond Proposition 1
Relation between rivers, groundwater under scrutiny. New committee to draft upper Basin groundwater regulations, followed by Open house aims to answer public’s questions on water H&N, posted to KBC 10/27/14 "The draft rules are being prepared to reinforce groundwater regulation guidelines outlined in the recently signed Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Agreement (UKBCA)."
Salmon habitat rules on the table, and PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD, H&N, posted to KBC 10/26/14. "Sen. Doug Whitsett, R-Ore., said he is concerned about restrictions being placed on the diversion canal connecting Lost River to the Klamath River. He said the diversion is at the “heart of the Klamath Project.”
Tulelake Irrigation District public meeting November 6, 6 p.m., Firehall, regarding mandatory water quality permits. Also to be discussed will be redistricting and voting for TID board members based on how many acres you farm.
Reasons for voting NO on Prop. 1 Water Bond
on the Nov. 4, 2014 ballot, sent by
manager of pienpolitics.com
Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure
Improvement Act of 2014 (AB1471), the Water
Bond, is on the ballot this November for
voter approval. Proponents want us to
believe that it will ‘save’ water by
building dams and reservoirs. It won’t. It
is designed to remove dams, not create them.
It supports wetlands restoration, not water
VIDEO - Mark Baird from Siskiyou County, representing several Northern California counties, explains why this region needs to become the 51st state. He speaks of the Constitution, life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, defending the freedom our parents and ancestors fought for, and having a state government that represents the people rather than dictates to the people. A well-spent 13 minutes filmed and edited by Robert Exter. Posted to KBC 10/23/14.
KWAPA / Klamath Water and Power Agency public monthly meeting agenda for 10/7/14 Water demand management, groundwater and wells, federal power, WUMP / water users management plan
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