A G R E E M E N T
AGREEMENT, dated April 30, 1956, between The California Oregon Power Company, hereinafter called Copco, and the Klamath Basin Water Users Protective Association, regarding proposed agricultural pumping power rates for off-project users in the Upper Klamath River Basin boundary which is shown on Exhibit "A" attached.
In consideration for an increased flow of water caused by the development of lands for agricultural purposes within the Upper Klamath River Basin, which increased flow will be used for the generation of electric power in Copco's proposed dam improvements on the Klamath River below Keno, Copco agrees to provide power rates for agricultural pumping for all off-project users in the Upper Klamath River Basin, as follows:
10 Horsepower motors or over . . . . . . 7 1/2 mills per KWH
First five year seasonal minimum charge shall be $111.60 for the first 10 horsepower and ////////410.80 per horsepower for all excess horsepower based upon rated horsepower connected but not less than $111.60 per season.
The minumum charges are payable in consecutive monthly installments of one-sixth of the seasonal minimum charges beginning the first month of seasonal operation, until such time as the accumulated charges equal the seasonal minimum charge.
After the fifth year of continuous use of the same installation, the minumum charge shall be one-half of the first five-year period.
It is agreed that the above proposed rates will take effect on May 1, 1956.
THE CALIFORNIA OREGON POWER COMPANY
J. C. Boyle, Vice-President and General Manager
KLAMATH BASIN WATER USERS
Frank Z Howard
Frank Z. Howard, President