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Klamath BOR director leaving
By LACEY JARRELL , Herald and News Apr 23, 2016
Therese O’Rourke Bradford is leaving the Bureau of
Reclamation office in Klamath Falls.
BOR Spokeswoman Laura Williams made the announcement Friday.
O’Rourke Bradford did not say where her new position is. Her
last day is May 28, according to BOR Spokesman Shane Hunt.
“I have appreciated the opportunity to work for Reclamation in
such an important position,” O’Rourke Bradford said in a
statement. “However, for personal reasons I am electing to take
a position that better supports my personal situation.”
O’Rourke Bradford joined the BOR Klamath Basin Area Office in
Williams said Brian Person will become acting area manager on
Monday. Person will oversee C Canal flume construction and
ensure water is delivered to the Klamath Project, she said.
Person served as acting area manager for the Klamath Basin Area
Office prior to O’Rourke Bradford being hired last year. The BOR
has employed Person for more than 10 years.
Federico Barajas, area manager for the BOR Northern California
Area Office, will oversee the hiring process and placement of a
new area manager.
The Klamath Basin area manager oversees irrigation water
deliveries to the Klamath Project and Klamath National Wildlife
Refuge Complex and works with Basin-wide stakeholders to resolve
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