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Auburn Dam Council supports saving Klamath dams

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July 21, 2014

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: Recently, local rancher Richard Marshal attended a meeting of the Auburn Dam Council down by Sacramento and learned that the council supports more water storage throughout the state including keeping the Klamath Dams in place.

“The Auburn Dam Council supports the water storage and flood control managed by the Klamath dams,” said Marshall, who also heard Congressman Tom McClintock speak about the most recent Task Force demanding removal of the Klamath dams. McClintock discussed Oregon Senator Ron Wyden’s Task Force that is pushing for the destruction of the Klamath dams; and McClintock said Wyden will never find enough federal funds to pay for Klamath dam removal.

McClintock and California District 1 Congressman Doug LaMalfa sit on the House Natural Resources Committee and both have said that no funding will be coming from the House of Representatives to the Senate for Klamath dam removal. It is the House that appropriates monies, so Wyden’s U.S. Senate Bill will likely be left sitting high and dry.

Both California Congressmen are strongly opposed to wasting money on Klamath dam removal.

Siskiyou County citizens voted in 2010 that they were against Klamath dam removal. The Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors have sent letters to Washington D.C. to Wyden’s Task Force and the House Natural Resources Committee showing significant science and reasons the well-maintained hydro-electric Klamath dams benefit the Klamath River Basin.

With the vocal good support for keeping the dams, Marshall was also pleased to hear that the Auburn Dam Council is also supporting saving the Klamath dams. “California needs more reservoirs for water storage, not less,” said Marshall.
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Bi-State counties oppose Senate legislation

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June 4, 2014

 

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: On Monday, June 2nd, U.S. Senate members of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee received letters from Siskiyou and Klamath Counties asking them to oppose U.S. Senate Bill 2379. The letter was written last week and signed by four Siskiyou County Supervisors and the three Klamath County Commissioners as a bi-state alliance opposing the destruction of four Klamath River hydro-electric dams.

Senate Bill 2379 is the legislation from Oregon U.S. Senator Ron Wyden’s Task Force that seeks to find funding to the tune of $250 million dollars to provide for part of the cost of Klamath dam removal.

Tom Mallams, vice chair of the Klamath County Commissioners, is pleased with the combined efforts of both counties saying “constructive opposition can conduct change” and that there are “plenty of alternatives” to demolition of the dams. Mallams added that both counties were not included in Senator Wyden’s Task Force, which left Klamath and Siskiyou citizens without a voice.

The joint letter explained that environmental risks, losses of water supply, loss of flood control and loss of clean energy are foolish proposals. This is the first time the two counties have collaborated an opposition, although both counties have individually voiced frustrations against the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement and the Klamath Hydro-electric Settlement Agreement, which also demand destruction four Klamath River dams. The U.S. Senate Committee was expected to hear Senator Wyden’s Task Force legislation on Tuesday, June 3rd.

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Great day for State of Jefferson

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 June 5, 2014

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: The Jefferson Declaration Committee was cheering yesterday as a fifth county joined the State of Jefferson project.

 

“It is a great day for the State of Jefferson,” said spokesman Mark Baird. “The great County of Tehama approved Measure A in the Primary Election on June 3rd. Tehama citizens approved the Measure with a 55 percent vote showing they favor less government involvement in their lives.”

 

Tehama now joins the Counties of Modoc, Glenn, Yuba and Siskiyou in their Declaration to withdraw from the State of California.

 

But two other measures lost – one in Siskiyou and one in Del Norte, which has caused confusion.

 

Del Norte County Supervisors also placed a Measure A on the ballot for the voters to decide about splitting from California. Then opposition from the SEIU and AFL-CIO Unions spent over $40,000 dollars in a media campaign against the Declaration to withdraw from California. Measure A lost in Del Norte County with only 41 percent of the vote. 

 

Yet, the most difficult to understand is the Jefferson Republic Territory Measure C in Siskiyou County, which also lost by 41 percent of the vote — and national media picked up on the irony.

 

“Don’t be confused by the media’s misstatements about Siskiyou County,” said Jefferson Spokesman Baird. “The failure of Measure C and its Territory Special District has absolutely nothing to do with the State of Jefferson. Measure C was an attempt to hijack the support of the State of Jefferson — an attempt which failed, and rightly so, said Baird. The State of Jefferson is in full force. We have just added a fifth county to the growing project.”

 

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Eastern Colorado is seeking a 51st State

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics Editor Liz Bowen: There is more talk of a 51st state and this time it is coming from Colorado, where eight counties in Eastern Colorado are making their voices heard.

 The “Washington Times” and other news outlets reported this week about the protest movement against the Democratic-controlled Colorado State legislature and aggressive liberal agenda. Calling it a “war on rural Colorado” these counties are saying they must have equal representation.

The most recent county to join the movement is Kit Carson County, when its commissioners approved a referendum to be placed on the November 5th ballot. That referendum will ask the simple question: Do you want to split the State of Colorado and form a new state?

Jeffery Hare, spokesman for the 51st State proposal, said the group is forming policy committees to develop positions on a host of issues, including water rights.

The 51st State proposal group is planning to hold a Declaration Convention in January.

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LaMalfa to speak at Yreka Tea Party

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And closer to home, U.S. Congressman Doug LaMalfa will visit Siskiyou County next Tuesday, August 27th to speak at the Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting held at the Decision Life Church on the corner of Oberlin and Main Street. Time is 6:30 p.m.

Leaders of the Tea Party say the Congressman will explain the steps Congress is taking on frustrating issues of Benghazi, spying by the NSA, the IRS situation and Obamacare.

Supporters of the Tea Party want to know what they can do to support LaMalfa and conservative Congress members.

Also Congressman LaMalfa is holding a meeting the following week to discuss the impacts of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposed designation of millions of acres as special habitat for the Mountain Yellow-legged frog and the Yosemite Toad.

 LaMalfa told the federal agency this landgrab of over two million acres in the Sierras will drastically restrict access to public land and will negatively impact timber and fire reduction work, agriculture and property rights.

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Ramona Hage Morrison to speak at July Rally

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July 12, 2013

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: A rally to learn and win against government attacks on property and civil RIGHTS will be held on July 20th in Yreka and July 21st in Dorris.

Ranchers from four states will discuss specific solutions for standing your ground against government agencies.

Ramona Hage Morrison is one of the speakers, who will share how her family won a 22-year long battle against the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.

In many cases, Ramona explains government agencies have “hood-winked property owners,” who do not understand how to stand up for their rights. “We can fix that,” Ramona stated.

The Yreka meeting will be held on Saturday, July 20th at the Yreka Community Center at the north end of town. It will be from 1 to 4 p.m.

On Sunday, July 21st, this Property Rights Rally will be at the Dorris Community Center. Time is 2 to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

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Update on CA. Fire Fee Tax

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July 12, 2013

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And there is news on the State Fire Fee tax. On Monday, July 15th, a Telephone Town Hall meeting will be held on the confusing and controversial California Fire Prevention Fee hitting many rural property owners. Organizers of the Town Hall meeting are George Runner, an advocate against the Fire fee, along with Senators Ted Gaines, Jim Nielsen and Assembly members Brian Dahle and Dan Logue.

Many citizens have received postcards in the mail inviting them to participate in this telephone Town Hall meeting, but you must register in advance by calling 916-445-3032.

Then on Friday, July 19th, the Howard Jarvis Tax Payers Association will have its first day in a Sacramento Court in its first step to repeal the alleged illegal Fire Fee and obtain refunds for property owners throughout the State of California.

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June 20, 2013

Senate Hearing on the Klamath Dams held today

News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics dot com Editor Liz Bowen: Klamath dams were the point of discussion in Senate Hearings back in Washington D.C. today and initially, Siskiyou County and those who want to save the dams were not allowed to give testimony.

But the new Klamath County Commissioner Tom Mallams persevered and was able to fly back to DC and testify about the misinformation and science being used as reasons to destroy four hydroelectric dams in the Klamath River.

When questioned by Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, Mallams responded with a solution for the Upper Basin farmers and that is to increase the storage of water. Rich Marshall, president of Siskiyou Water Users Association listened to the Senate Hearing over the Internet, and said that Senator Wyden actually seemed to jump at Commissioner Mallams suggestion of more water storage.

Hum, makes one wonder what the real reason is – that some Tribes, Greenies and government agencies are pushing so hard to destroy the four Klamath dams?

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June 20, 2013

Pacific Power increases electric bills

And closer to home, your power bill will be higher next month as Pacific Power has asked the California Public Utilities Commission for yet another rate increase that will recover costs for a new transmission project that is not even part of Northern California, but will provide additional power to customers in Northern Utah.

Kent James, a frustrated resident in Shasta Valley, told Jefferson News Service the Public Utilities Commission is out of control and it should be holding hearings in Siskiyou County regarding any rate increases. James said this rate increase will affect everyone and is a slap in the face especially after the two recent rate increases for the cost of Klamath dam destruction – when the Klamath Basin Restoration  Agreement has not been finalized.

This week, households in Siskiyou County received a notice of this ninety-five cent per month rate increase from Pacific Power, which is retro to June 10th.

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Call to vote against Nevada gun bill

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June 12, 2013

 

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News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics.com Editor Liz Bowen: Gun owners of America are encouraging supporters of the 2nd Amendment to call Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval telling him to veto Senate Bill 221.

This is a bill that will set the tone for the rest of the states and will create a Universal Background Check that will have ramifications on all gun owners  – even if you don’t live in the State of Nevada. The entire process to make the call is automated and takes less than a half minute, according to Gun Owners of America.

Call 775-684-5670 and press two to vote against the Universal Background Check bill called SB 221. The bill is receiving huge support from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is generating his own calls encouraging the Nevada Governor to sign the bill — that will be a gateway to registration of all guns. Your vote could make the difference.

This bill also deals with selling your gun and drastically increases the process you will go through to sell it. Call 775-684-5670 and press the number two to vote against the Universal Background Check bill SB 221.

The phone number and info can be found on Pie N Politics.com, Liz Bowen.com or Jefferson News Service.com.

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