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Court Hears Klamath Water Case; Frustration with Lack of Plan for 2023
Klamath Water Users Association News Release
preceded by KID Executive
Director and Manager Gene Souza comments
I am assuming this news release is not shared here yet. If it is, here are my comments:
Disappointing and Frustration are the kindest words I have for this epic tragedy that rivals Homer's Iliad.
@Patty Goldman gets a mulligan. Reclamation gets to produce a body of fiction that is contrary to its contracts and Oregon water law and demanded by biased science, district managers get no insight in to how to coordinate 2023 operations, refuges are high and dry, and Klamath Project farmers have no idea if their farm plan will work this year or if they will be able to pay their mortgages and loans to keep their employees paid.
A few clarifying comments on the Klamath Water Users Association release. (Please read the KWUA announcement by clicking the link)...
"The preliminary injunction motion asks the court to order limitations on diversions that are not stated in the IOP. “Basically, the plaintiffs are asking the court to write a new plan and micromanage the Klamath Project during 2023,” said KWUA Water Policy Director Moss Driscoll."
/ Klamath Water Users Association
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