Archive 194 - July 2018
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Irrigation District Notice of Election for Board of
Directors, Filing deadline August 10, H&N 7/11/18.
City of Tulelake election for 3 council members.
Nomination papers due to office of Tulelake City Clerk
by August 10, 2018.
Tribes oppose irrigators’ $50 million bond request,
H&N 7/18/18. "...the
Tribes filed a motion for a preliminary injunction
directing BOR to maintain lake levels at a minimum
required to ensure fish survival...the
Tribes are required by federal law to put forward
financial security to cover losses incurred as a result
of the injunction...the annual crop value of irrigators
within the Klamath Project was reported at $169 million
in 2016..(Klamath Tribe) chose to seek a remedy at a
time that would inflict the worst possible damage on the
(Court hearing is) this Friday in San Francisco before
Judge William Orrick.."
There are 10's of thousands of suckers in Klamath Lake
There is no number of how many suckers the tribes or
government want in the lake to unlist them as
After the 2001 complete water shut off to the Klamath
National Research Council of the National Academy of
Sciences in 2004 wrote that
2001 Klamath Project water shut-off was not
scientifically justified. This was after there were
millions of dollars worth of crop and contract losses,
bankruptcies, heart attacks, suicides, and mass exodus
of our Hispanic Community that had lived and worked here