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Members sought for resources council
Published Monday September 12, 2005 by DYLAN DARLING
Klamath County is looking
for those who know about natural resources to help
guide its board of commissioners.
Commissioner Bill Brown,
who proposed the council, stressed that it will be
made up by the public, not agency officials.
Applications are available at the commissioners' office at 305 Main St. They will be accepted through Sept. 30.
The three county
commissioners unanimously voted July 12 to form
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