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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 2-28-17 in Fort Jones

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 28th

NEW meeting place!!!

6:30 PM

at the Fort Jones Community Center

Turn rt. on Sterling St. to 11960 East St.

(one block from the post office)

 

“Erin’s Law”

Short Video: “Ending the Nightmare”

 

                                              James Roseman    Executive Director

Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center

 

 Every 6 Minutes a Child Is Sexually Assaulted In the United States

Only 1 in 10 Sexually Abused Children Tell Someone

1 in 4 Girls and 1 in  6 Boys Are Sexually Assaulted Before Age 18

Over 90% by someone they already know and trust – family members, friends, babysitters, coaches, etc.

Erin’s Law Will Ensure Children Are Taught To Protect Themselves

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with likeminded people. 

Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

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No Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting this week

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The Yreka Tea Party Patriots will not be holding a meeting on Feb. 14, 2017 or Feb. 21, 2017.

Stay tuned for the next meeting date.

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Change in Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting dates

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting days have been changed to the 2nd and 4th  Tuesdays of each month.

Contact Louise for questions @ 530-842-5443

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Scott Valley Protect Our Water

meeting from January was postponed and will be held

Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017

Fort Jones Community Center

Fort Jones, CA

7 p.m.

Please bring a dessert to share as we eat before, during and after!

Agenda

Major discussions on water, including meeting CA.

new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.

Ray Haupt, Dist. 5 Siskiyou Co. Supervisor

Preston Harris, Scott Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee

Erin Ryan, Congressman Doug LaMalfa’s field rep

Richard Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users

Mark Baird, State of Jefferson

 

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 2-24-17

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 24th

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka 

Speakers:

Ray Haupt, County Supervisor Dist. 5

And

Voices of Concern Citizens

ORV (Off Road Vehicle) Ordinance

“Friend or Foe, Get Up to Speed”

Learn how this proposed County Ordinance could impact your property, lively hood and tranquility”

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with likeminded people.

 

Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots asked to attend Water Board meeting 1-10-17

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday Jan. 10th has been cancelled

So that we can all  attend this important meeting :

The State Water Board is now holding meetings for PUBLIC  COMMENT on The Environmental Impact Report for the CLEAN WATER certification of Klamath dams removal.

Jan. 10, 2017

Miner’s Inn Convention Center

5 to 7 p.m.

FERC has received an application for a license transfer to the 2016 newly-formed non-profit Klamath River Removal Corporation that essentially replaces the KBRA Agreement that was dissolved the last day of 2015. 

FERC has not made a decision on the license transfer and, according to Siskiyou Counties investigations, will not formally address the license transfer until mid-March or the application has been correctly completed. KRRC submitted an incomplete application.

Our County officials were just made aware of this meeting, although it looks like an original announcement was send out on December 22nd, which they did not receive.

Michael Kobseff, the newly-elected chairman of the Siskiyou Co. Board of Supervisors, will attend the meeting and voice the county’s comments and concerns as its official comment.

 If you are able to attend, please do so even if you do not intend to  comment on the Clean Water aspect of the EIR at the Yreka meeting.

It is important for the water board to see that the citizens are in opposition to dam removal and that we are involved and informed Siskiyou County residents.

 

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Canceled: 1-3-17 Yreka Tea Party Patriots meeting

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday,

Jan.   3rd. has been

Canceled due

to the weather

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka 

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Off Road Vehicle project will be discussed at Yreka Tea Party 1-3-17

Ray Haupt, Siskiyou County, TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 3rd 2017

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka 

Speakers:

Ray Haupt, County Supervisor Dist. 5

And

Voices of Concern Citizens

ORV (Off Road Vehicle) Ordinance

“Friend or Foe, Get Up to Speed”

Learn how this proposed County Ordinance could impact your property, lively hood and tranquility”

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with  like minded people.

 

Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots take the Christmas season off

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meetings for Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 20th and 27th have been cancelled due to the Holidays.  Meeting will resume Tuesday Jan. 3rd 2017.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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News from Yreka Tea Party Patriots

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Hi Everyone,

There are two important subjects that will need our attention at the Board of Supervisor’s meeting this Tuesday…sorry about the short notice but we just learned the agenda few days ago  See BOS agenda below and reasons why your attendance is requested, needed and so important………….

10:15 A.M. – PUBLIC REQUESTS

  1. SISKIYOU COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Presentation of the annual Siskiyou County Tourism Improvement District report and progress to-date information.

  1. NATURAL RESOURCES/UC SANTA BARBARA-DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE

Presentation of findings from a study aimed at helping livestock producers in Northern California to reduce the likelihood of conflicts with wolves.

  1. 11:00 A.M. – DEPARTMENTAL REQUESTS

  2. SHERIFF

Discussion, direction and possible action re request to delete Undersheriff position, 1.0 FTE and delete Jail Lieutenant position, 1.0 FTE and to create Sheriff Captain position, 1.0 FTE and create Jail Captain position, 1.0 FTE, effective December 18, 2016.

  1. SHERIFF

Presentation of a briefing re the Siskiyou Inter-Agency Marijuana Investigation Team (SIMIT).

  1. 10. 1:30 P.M. – BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ REQUESTS

  2. SUPERVISOR BRANDON CRISS

Discussion and possible direction re a progress update concerning a proposal to develop an Off-Highway Vehicle Ordinance to allow OHV travel on unauthorized public roads and various community concerns presented in a citizen petition.

The 1:30PM agenda item is the most important one to attend as the supervisors need to hear from you before they vote!!  It could be voted on this meeting or postponed to January.

See petition below presented to our Supervisors which explains why our ranchers and property owners object to this proposed ordinance…………

OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE (OHV) PROPOSAL

OBJECTIONS TO PROPOSAL TO ALLOW OHV TRAVEL ON UNAUTHORIZED PUBLIC ROADS

The following signatures of Siskiyou County citizens and property owners are in opposition to the proposed “Off-Highway Vehicle {O.H.V.}” proposal to allow  (O.H.V.) access to 525 miles of paved and unpaved roads maintained by Siskiyou County.  This proposal will become another uncontrollable nuisance to private property owners adjacent to the proposed roads, and to the County.

The Siskiyou County Road Maintenance Department cannot maintain some of the proposed roads now without the introduction of OHVs during adverse weather conditions.  Who will be responsible for road damage, fence repair, and increased liability?   The County will have to assume the legal responsibility for allowing unlicensed, underage drivers and OHV vehicles the use of county maintained roads through private property.  

 

As an example, the proposed western portion of  Ball Mountain Road passes through over 10 miles of private property.  The road is a very narrow unpaved one lane road on which vehicles cannot pass without backing up or pulling off the travel way. Ball Mtn. Road traverses through a majority of private property with very little access to U.S. Forest Service lands, most of which has better access from State Highway 97 or Willow Creek and Martin Dairy Roads.  The road is primarily used for ranch access, open range, herding and moving cattle, logging and woodcutting.

During the winter months the road and shoulders are turned into an impassable muddy obstacle course by 4 wheel drivers with little regards to the property owners; fences are cut, houses broken into to assist stranded vehicles, gas is stolen from vehicles and equipment. Beer and wine bottles, along with other garbage, are constantly scattered along the road so that the empty containers will not be in a vehicle upon reaching paved roads. Cigarettes are tossed and picnic fires are left unattended and smoldering, increasing the potential for more forest fires.  Other roads on this proposed map, for example Tablerock, Sylva, Davis, Snowden Hovey Gulch, Townsend, Sams Neck, Holzhauser, and many more, are little more than driveways that end at various ranches.

 

These property owners question the legal authority of the County to authorize a present illegal, unwarranted, OHV use to travel through private properties.

 

Some impacts to property owners are as follows:

  1. Additional maintenance required due to OVH travel during winter months.

  2. Uncontrolled dust caused by speeding and multi vehicle travel (caravanning)

  3. Interference and disrespect to cattle operations in the course of movement from pasture to pasture, cattle drives to and from mountain pastures, working cattle operations on and along roads, hay harvesting equipment, and feeding trucks during the winter months.

  4. Fence damage caused by sliding off the road during excessive speed and 4-wheel driving off roadway on shoulders and banks. In addition, gates posted “No Trespassing” and locked are constantly being broken into and damaged.

  5. Constant litter caused by dumping garbage and alcoholic beverage containers before hitting paved county roads.

  6. Picnic fires and cigarettes left unattended causing or greatly increasing the chance of more forest fires.

  7. Additional liability that will be facing the County approving unlicensed, uninsured, uncontrolled travel through private property.

  8. Exposure to more lands for the use of marijuana growers and illegal drug trafficking.

  9. The potential need for CEQA and NEPA environmental project review.

  10. The need to inform all impacted private property owners with a certified notice prior to introducing an action item.

  11. Impacts from advertising not only statewide but nation wide as OVH Travel Ways.

  12. Program will be uncontrollable and unenforceable and a direct threat to private property with result of lowering property values.

 

The undersigned oppose this proposal. We specifically request that the roads listed above be removed from the proposal.  We further request that other county maintained unsurfaced roads be reassessed pending responses from impacted property owners.

 

See copy of objection letter sent to the Supervisors by an affected property owner

Dec. 1, 2016

To The Siskiyou County Board Members,

Here are some of the foreseeable problems I believe could  result from the Off road Vehicle plan:

Crime (Cannot keep up with drug and other problems now, so why bring in more?)

Having to hire more officers

More road work (Cannot keep up with the present road problems and limb removal out here now)

More litter

Noise

Trespassing

Poaching

Disturbing and harassing livestock and wildlife

Wear and tear on roads

Harassing land owners

How many will obey laws?

More chance of fires

How will this benefit us land owners?

Recreational drugs?

Sanitation facilities?

Alcohol, drinking

Dust

Motorcycle gangs?

Pollution

Accidents, lawsuits

Leaving gates open, livestock escaping

This will be very expensive for the county budget

Where will they park, unload, turn around, etc?

Fence and gate damage and other property

Will another potential road department be developed just for this?

Whoever thought up this ill-advised plan obviously did not think of all the headaches it could cause.  We land owners, farmers and ranchers are struggling against enough problems without additional ones coming at us. (Wolves, drugs, dam removals, etc.)

Bert Holzhauser

Dorris, Calif.

The Ranchers and property owners need our support to stop this ordinance. 

You don’t  have to speak as your attendance alone will have a huge impact on the Supervisor’s decision.

Please plan to attend…

 Louise

530-842-5443

 

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet 11-29-16

TEA Party

Coming next Tuesday, Nov. 29th

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka

Film Night

Episode #3…

“The Truth About Cancer”

Cancer Will Kill Nearly 8 Million People This Year.
They’re Hiding the Truth on How NOT to Be One of Them.

The powerful cancer documentary seen and shared by millions when it first aired (to limited release) in 2015.

You’ll discover the most effective ways to prevent and beat cancer — from 131 of the world’s top experts — that you won’t hear about elsewhere.

  • Cancer Killing Virus

  • Cancer Stem Cells

  • GMO’S

  • Juicing

  • Eating the Rainbow

Please invite your friends and family to attend.

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM

For more information contact Louise at 842-5443

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