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Governor's Klamath Summit
KBC News Note: This "summit" has turned into the controversial Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement / KBRA
Klamath water summit on hold; No date will be set until talks with agencies are done, Capital Press, posted to KBC 2/14/07
(Klamath) water summit a high priority, H&N 1/15/07. " 'Weigler said negotiations for a settlement to water issues in the Basin need to be completed before the summit takes place. “We want to have a settlement to highlight the summit,' he said. Greg Addington, executive director of the Klamath Water Users Association, said discussions are progressing, but a settlement is yet to be reached. Once that is secured, a date will be set for the summit, tentatively in February."
Stakeholders ask for Klamath talk delay, Dams subject of closed-door talks, Capital Press 12/1/06 "Three dams in far Northern California plus the J.C. Boyle Power Plant just north of the stateline in Oregon are subject of the closed-door talks. There's a regulating dam above Boyle and two small powerplants near Klamath Falls that PacifiCorp wants to drop from a renewed license."
Klamath Summit delayed to allow parties to negotiate 11/23/06, Oregonian
Date narrowed for Klamath summit, Capital Press 11/17/06
Klamath Summit. Notes by Senator Doug Whitsett, Oregon District 28, "What is disturbing about the Governors' actions is their lack of effort to identify and to understand what needs to be fixed." Posted 10/23/06
Dam removal tops governor's agenda, Tam Moore, Capital Press 10/20/06. "Two governors, already on record as favoring removal of hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River, last week joined the call for a state-federal-stakeholder meeting to resolve water allocation and other issues."
Governors call for summit to solve Klamath salmon problems, H&N Oct 12, 2006
Klamath summit, a great idea: Get it scheduled, Herald and News editorial 10/8/06.
(KBC note: In July 2006, Congressman Greg Walden introduced the idea of a Klamath Summit, to get input from communities. The Klamath Watershed has tried to merge with their dam-removal plans, and Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski will join with Ca. Gov Schwarzenegger.
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