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by Ty Beaver, Herald and News 2/12/08

   Klamath County residents who oppose or support the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement voiced their thoughts to the Klamath County Board of Commissioners Monday night.
   More than 200 people filled a building at the Klamath County Fairgrounds for the 7 p.m. public hearing.
   Most of the comments made in opposition to the agreement came from off-Project irrigators. On-Project irrigators and those associated with the Klamath Tribes and government agencies showed support
   Earlier Monday, Luther Horsely, president of the Klamath Water Users Association, signed a resolution that rescinds his signature on another letter that lists demands regarding the agreement.
   The document says that the Klamath Water Users Association will support the agreement and opposes any initiative to re-open negotiations.
   See Wednesday’s Herald and News for full coverage of the event.
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