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 https://www.ferc.gov/EventCalendar/Files/20090112174458-20090109-3036(20268347).pdf 

Supplemental notification on the FERC meeting

1/15/09

PacifiCorp Project No. 2082-027 Oregon and California NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA KLAMATH HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT

(January 09, 2009) On December 24, 2008, Commission staff issued public notice of two meetings it was convening to discuss an Agreement in Principle (AIP) for the continued operation and potential future removal of Klamath Project dams, executed among PacifiCorp; the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, and the Interior; and the States of California and Oregon. As explained in that notice, the AIP is complex and may have a significant impact on the Commissionís processing of PacifiCorpís application to relicense the project, filed February 25, 2004. The notice also stated that the compatibility of the AIP with the licensing process and the appropriate procedures for the continued processing of the application would be discussed. We now provide additional detail on the purpose, agenda, and conduct of the meetings. The purpose of the meetings is to discuss, with the parties, the AIP in the context of the Commissionís relicensing proceeding, including:
1. the Commissionís policy on settlements;
2. the Commissionís understanding of the AIP; and
3. available options for moving forward. We will, of necessity, limit discussion to procedural aspects of the relationship between the AIP and the Commissionís licensing process. For further information, please contact John Mudre at e-mail address john.mudre@ferc.gov or by telephone at (202) 502-8902. Kimberly D. Bose Secretary
 

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