Klamath River Compact Commission boosts visibility,
Susan Miller, Environmental Advisor for Siskiyou County
Water Users Assoc, responds to Klamath Compact
Commission meeting: "...information being
presented should reflect all sides or viewpoints on a
particular issue, rather than strictly being from the
environmental agencies’ perspective only...We asked for
equal time to present alternative scientific evidence
and viewpoints and were refused...both environmental
agencies represented by the two state commissioners are
signatories of the Amended KHSA. Additionally,
(Commission's Federal representative)Chrysten Lambert of
Trout Unlimited...has glaring conflicts of interest..."
KBC NOTE: scroll to the bottom of our
KRRC (Klamath dam
removal group) leadership page regarding some of
Lambert's conflicts of interest.
Agenda for the Klamath River Compact
Commission Meeting on June 18, 2019.
From SCWUA: "The Oregon Water
Resources Commission called a
meeting of the Klamath Compact
Commission on June 18, 2019 at OIT
in Klamath Falls at 11AM to 1:30 Mt
Scott Room. They haven’t had a
meeting since 2006 but are now
calling for a meeting with the
objective of re instituting the
Klamath Commission. It will be
important to all to show up at that
meeting to hear what they have to
say. It had limited circulation."
Presenters: KWUA attorney/director,
California Water Resources, Oregon
A response to the general counsel of KRRC: Why
Klamath Compact decision-making matters,
own regulations (18 C.F.R. § 9.2) require FERC to
determine the “qualifications of the transferee
[here, KRRC] to hold such license.” KRRC is not
qualified, because it was created in violation of
SCWUA letter to Office of Management and Budget
regarding Klamath Compact Commission Chairperson
Chrysten Lambert's conflicts of interest 6/19/19.
to Tom Byler, Director Oregon Water Resources from
Siskiyou County Water Users Association regarding
Klamath Compact Commission meeting 6/3/19. " SCWUA asks OWR nine questions
regarding Klamath Compact Commission meeting of June 18.
Only FERC will decide dam removal, not Klamath River
Compact Commission, Guest Opinion by RICHARD
ROOS-COLLINS General Counsel, KRRC, Herald and News
Online 5/10/19. "The
JC Boyle Dam in Klamath County, Ore., is one of four
slated to be removed from the Klamath River under a
Memorandum of Understanding between the Klamath
County Commission and the Klamath River Renewal
Richard Roos-Collin extensive biography on
KBC's Whose Who page.
Klamath Compact Commission meeting July 12th.
Klamath Compact, Commissioners news, Long Lake
storage, and Settlement Negotiations will be
discussed. YOU ARE INVITED!
chairwoman for river compact,
Deb Crisp for top Compact spot, Pioneer Press
by Pat Ratliff 10/20/06
President Bush appointing Deb Crisp as Chairman of the
Klamath River Compact Commission, posted to KBC 10/18/06
Crisp to Klamath commission,
October 17, 2006, Siskiyou