Our Klamath Basin
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Linthicum will sustain fight for rural areas
Herald and News letter to the editor by Virginia Topham, Sprague
The Herald and
News says the main difference between the two candidates
running for State Senate District 28 is their view on water
issues. As I see it, the race is partially a referendum on
Linthicum is opposed to the plan to destroy the Klamath
River dams. We are told Pacific Corp. is a private entity
and it has the right to determine their own future.
exception to that view as I have never had any input on dam
removal as a Pacific Power rate payer. Have you looked at
your Pacific Power bill lately? For years now, I have been
charged a surcharge on JC Boyle Dam and Copco Iron Gate dam
Utilities Commission granted Pacific Power a rate increase
on the dam removal surcharge effective July 1. I side with
Dennis Linthicum — no dam removal.
Dennis has been
my neighbor and friend for 20 years. He is a principled
person which is a rarity in this day and age. I respect
Dennis, who stands by this convictions and doesn’t stick his
finger in the air to test which way the wind is blowing.
Dennis is the
person I need in Salem to represent me. I urge you to join
me in electing Dennis Linthicum the next State Senator for
District 28. Dennis Linthicum will continue the legacy to
Doug Whitsett and fight for rural Oregon.
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