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From Siskiyou County Water Users Association April 3, 2023

NOTICE OF HEARING regarding Klamath Dam Removal Restraining Order

The Intiso Taxpayer Lawsuit is scheduled for a hearing at 9:30 AM on Thursday April 6, 2023 at courtroom 2, Siskiyou County Superior CourtThe request for Temporary Restraining Order against continued funding of the KRRC (Klamath River Renewal Corporation).  The court is being asked to issue a temporary restraining order pending a trial on the issue of illegal expenditure of funds by the State of California Department of Natural Resources from the 2014 Proposition entitled Water Storage and Water Quality Act.  The Proposition never mentioned the largest dam removal in history of the world and specifically stated that no funds would be expended on a project which had a adverse impact on a designated “Wild and Scenic River”.  The Klamath River is so designated both Federally and State.  The FERC (Federal Energy and Regulatory Commission) in its voluminous EIR/ EIS specifically states in several hundred places that the removal of the Klamath Hydroelectric facilities will adversely impact the Klamath River for an indefinite period of time.  No specific mitigation measures are listed for the indicated adverse impacts.



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