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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Oregon Promises $$ to Help Klamath River...

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Kulongoski signs bill to pay for removal of 4 Klamath River dams

7/14/2009

excerpted from

http://www.mercurynews.com/news/ci_12834547?nclick_check=1&forced=true

GRANTS PASS, Ore.—The state of Oregon will finance most of the cost of removing four Klamath River dams to help salmon under a bill signed by Gov. Ted Kulongoski Tuesday.

Meanwhile, federal officials met in Klamath Falls with representatives of Pacificorp and the states of California and Oregon. The parties must have a binding agreement by September to restore 300 miles of spawning habitat on what was once the third biggest salmon producer on the West Coast…

…Long an opponent of dam removal, PacifiCorp shifted after it became clear the idea had strong public support and the utility could end up paying far more to continue trying to relicense the aged dams…

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