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11/16/09 Herald and News

Water issues discussed

     Comments in opposition and in support of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement were voiced at separate meetings in Klamath Falls Tuesday.

   Advocates of the agreement, which seeks to resolve conflicts over water in the Klamath River watershed, sponsored a last minute luncheon at the Creamery with nearly 50 people attending. Some raised concerns about how they and others should start promoting the KBRA more openly.

   Three area state lawmakers had a citizen comment   forum at the Klamath County Fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon and evening. State Rep. Bill Garrard, R-Klamath Falls, said the afternoon session of the forum was civil. All 42 speakers were against dam removal, with most also speaking against the KBRA, he said.

 

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