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Klamath County Natural Resource Advisory Council
Does not support draft 11 Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement

May 28, 2008

305 Main Street
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601

Glenn Barrett-Lower Klamath Water Users, Vincent Belleci-Wildlife/Recreation/Tourism,

Craig Ditman-Forest/Timber Products, Bob Flowers-Mining/Rock Quarrys, Tracey Liskey-Nursery, Andrea Rabe-Upper Klamath Water Users, William Ranson-Land Planning/Development, Kenneth Rykbost-Education, Karl Scronce-Farming/Ranching and Lani Hickey Staff Liaison

The Klamath County Natural Resource Advisory Council had a special meeting on May 28, 2008 to discuss the Klamath Basin Water Settlement Agreement.  The following motion was unanimously passed.

While the Klamath County Natural Resource Advisory Council supports the concept of a basin wide settlement, the Klamath County Natural Resource council cannot support Draft 11 as written and we are postponing the vote on this until the next regularly scheduled KCNRAC  meeting, but given that, the Natural Resource Advisory Council has some concerns regarding the assurances of water delivery in the Upper Basin, the management of the Mazama Tree Farm and impacts of dam removal.  

Acceptance of this motion was acknowledged and approved by Commissionerís Al Switzer, William Brown and John Elliott on June 10th, 2008.  


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