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Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. will meet Monday, July 31, 2017

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc




6  PM

JULY 31, 2017


                          300 RANCH LN.

                          YREKA, CA.

AGENDA:         Roll Call Members


                          Review of Recent Accomplishments

                                             Issues Ahead 

                                                            Public Utility District



                                                            Water Board EIR EIS

                                                            Underground Water Issue (SGMA)         


Bring a dessert to share!!!



















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Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. sends letter asking for investigations — to CA. Senator Ted Gaines

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

March 16, 2017

Senator Ted Gaines

Capitol Office State Capitol, Room 3076

Sacramento, CA 95814

Re:     CPUC Commissioner Liane Randolph

          Conflict of Interest

 Dear Senator Gaines,

As you are aware there is a matter of great significance being adjudicated at the CPUC regarding the request of PacifiCorp to have the CPUC authorize the Amended KHSA agreement signed this past year by Governors Brown of California and Oregon respectively and to approve of the transfer of four hydroelectric facilities to a newly formed non- profit corporation, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC).  PacifiCorp has asked the CPUC to authorize in addition the transfer of approx. $250,000,000 of State funds and a finding that the KRRC is qualified to receive the ratepayer surcharge trust funds as well as the State Bond money. The sole purpose of the KRRC is to destroy these hydroelectric facilities.

The County of Siskiyou Board of Supervisors and the Siskiyou County Water Users have each filed a cross Petition with the CPUC raising some very sensitive and important points including but not limited to the issue of lack of experience and background by KRRC, as well as their lack of financial strength that would insure that the project if carried out and substantial bio remediation and a catastrophic failure result could be ameliorated.   We raise these questions out of a serious concern regarding the protection and security that would be afforded to Siskiyou County and its citizens by such a novice organization.   As you know we have no voice in the process as the agencies involved have deliberately and with malice kept our County officials from being able to have a voice in the destruction to take place.

The question of a conflict of interest on the part of Commissioner Randolph is of great concern and we look to you as our Senator to get to the bottom of it.  Commissioner Randolph has recently been put into an oversight position by Governor Brown apparently to make certain that the ALJ involved is guided in the desired direction.  Commissioner Randolph in the past 30 days was selected to replace Commissioner Clifford Rechtschaffen as oversight on this matter.  Among other issues this is a blatant affront to all parties involved because Commissioner Randolph acted as Deputy Secretary and General Counsel at the California Natural Resources Agency and according to the record was the point person in the agency for its efforts to destroy the Klamath Dams as she was handling their efforts with regard to the Klamath River Restoration and Dam Removal process.  Furthermore it should be pointed out that the California

Natural Resources Agency is a signatory to the Amended KHSA and therefore has a vested interest in seeing that the agreement is carried out including the authorization by the CPUC to transfer PacifiCorp’s interest in the dams to the KRRC.   The Director of the Natural Resources Agency of California in order to carry out their efforts granted without reservation an amount of TWENTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS ($25,000,000) on October 12, 2016 as an advance on a TWO HUNDRED FIFTY MILLION DOLLAR ($250,000,000) grant to KRRC.  The grant of funds was signed by Tom Gibson General Counsel to the Agency and by Bryan Cash, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Agency. According to the amended KHSA this was a grant with no “claw back” provision.   The Amended KHSA Page 11 Clause 2 states that “KRRC shall have legal control over the disbursement of funds; disbursements are not contingent on other factors or subject to claw- back ….”.   We have only just learned of the existence of this grant as part of a package application submitted to the FERC indicating that the KRRC was financially capable of carrying out the destruction of the Klamath Dams.  I would note that the FERC has been purposely misled because without the approval of the CPUC the KRRC cannot receive the funds.

Senator Gaines, we request that you carry out an investigation of this matter as soon as possible to prevent a miscarriage of justice by the CPUC.  We would be happy to provide you with additional information as required.  Time is of the essence as this matter is before the CPUC ALJ as this is written.

Sincerely yours

Siskiyou County Water Users Assoc.

Richard Marshall

Richard Marshall


cc:      Michael Kobseff

          Chairman Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors

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Observations regarding the January 26 California Waterboard meeting in Yreka to gather comments on relicensing the Klamath River hydroelectric dams

KBRA or KHSA, Klamath Basin Crisis.org, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

From: Richard Marshall, President Siskiyou County Water Users , posted to KBC 1/31/16

To KBC News:

Meeting was well attended I would say approx. 300 people.  Lots of commenters with some very good observations.  In particular:

  • The hearing was typical of these agencies in that they only hear what they want to hear.

  • Legally the hearing timing is questionable as you know there is a lawsuit before the court and the FERC authored by the Hoopa and joined in by the Yurok and the County of Siskiyou questioning the legality of Oregon and California taking action to decide 401 issues on water.  The State should wait on these hearings until the decision by the FERC as to whether the States have given up their rights to make decisions re water quality

  • The Klamath Compact is the place to hear issues relative to water quality

  • The Water Board is going to use the majority of the EIR prepared by  DOI for their CEQA analysis.  This should not be allowed as we all know clearly that the DOI slanted the information in the report.  Dr Paul Houser testified to this.

  • Also the data in the DOI report is extremely dated.  Much of the information is over ten years old

  • Also because two states are involved it must be a NEPA guideline that is followed

  •  The time periods for public input of Jan 29 is much too short obviously intended to block input.

  • Finally we have an issue with Governor Brown publicly making statements that the dams are going to be removed without completing the environmental studies required before such a decision is made.  Sounds just like Sect.  Salazar and his speech at the Commonwealth Club in California declaring the dams were coming out prior to the study being completed.

  • Best statement of the evening was Supervisor Michael Kobseff telling the staff that they needed to recognize the Klamath Compact as the law of the river.

  • For my part just like the wolf meeting the staff attending were just going through the motions no emotion of any kind or any feeling of their connecting with the issues being raised.

Richard Marshall

Fort Jones, CA 96032

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Important meetings in Siskiyou County next week

Agriculture - California, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc, TEA Party

“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.
6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church
200 Greenhorn Rd. Yreka
Everyone Welcome
Debbie Bacigalupi, Rancher and Nationally known Activist
(see attached Bio)
• Behind the scenes info on Burns, OR.
• Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21)
• Obama Administration’s 2030 Agenda impact on Siskiyou County.

Free….Contact Louise Gliatto for more information at 530-842-5443

Keep going, there are more announcements

Town Hall Meeting

Greenhorn Grange
300 Ranch Lane (off of S. Main) Yreka
Feb.1st @6:30PM
Speaker: Atty. Larry Kogan ESQ Specialist in Constitutional Law
“Over Reaching Federal and State Agencies”
Sisiyou Water Users & The Grange
“Resolution for the Preservation of the Klamath Basin and Hydro Electic Facilites”
“Updates on the State of Jefferson, Wolf Meeting and Hoopa Petition on FERC’

Speakers to include:
County Supervisor Brandon Criss, Sheriff Jon Lopey, Betty Hall from the Shasta Nation, Richard Marshall, Tony Intiso, Mark Baird, Frank Tallerico, & Joe Watkins from the Klamath Irrigation District.

Bring a dessert to share. Coffee and tea provide. Donations appreciated.

For information call: 530-842-4400

Keep going there is more!!

Yreka City Council meeting

Outdoor Marijuana cultivation in the City
Thursday, Feb. 4th
City Council building on 4th St. 6:30PM

There will be a vote on allowing outdoor grows of marijuana in the City of Yreka. The planning Commission met on Jan. 2oth and voted 2-3 to recommend allowing outdoor grows in the city of Yreka. If you do not agree with this vote then you need to show up/ email/call your city council members to let them know that you do not support outdoor grows. The folks that want to grow out doors have been heavily lobbing the city council members. Your silence has implied consent. The other side has not been silent!!
If you decide to call, email and/or speak at the meeting, I would recommend that you describe any personal experience you have had with the nuisance and problems of marijuana growth in your neighborhoods. If you are not comfortable speaking at the meeting then please contact your council person by phone or email.

We need your body there at the meeting and we need you to contact the City Council members who are:

Bryan Foster bfoster@ci.yreka.ca.us 841-1091 or 598-7910
John Mercier, Mayor jmercier@ci.yreka.ca.us 340-1692
David Simmen dsimmen@ci.yrea.ca.us 340-0126
Deborah Baird dbair@ci.yreka.ca.us 598-9247
Joan Smith Freeman jfreeman@cu.yreka.ca.us 966-5626

FYI — Bryan Foster had reported at a council meeting that he will be voting against any growing of Marijuana within the city limits. So don’t call him, call the others.

The following cities have ordinances against outdoor grows: Weed, Montague, Dorris, and Etna as well as Siskiyou County.
Please alert all your friends, family and neighbors who live in Yreka. Print this alert and pass it out in your neighborhood. See attachment.

If you don’t speak, you can’t be heard.
Louise Gliatto

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Yreka: Attorney to discuss dam removal and regulations — Oct. 1, 2015

Agriculture - California, Federal gov & land grabs, Klamath River & Dams, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Attorney Larry Kogan
Washington DC

Mr. Kogan will be at the Grange in Yreka on the evening of Thursday October 1, 2015 at 6 pm. This will be a pot luck dinner meeting so bring something to share with others.

Mr. Kogan is a well- known attorney specializing in regulatory law whose articles have appeared in many professional publications He recently handled the CSKT water compact case in Montana involving the proposed Salish and Kootenai tribal water compact and the removal of a dam and awarding of water rights to the tribes over private rights. Issues also involve a treaty instituted by the Tribes under their sovereign claims with a foreign nation, the country of Turkey, for mining uranium ore. Another issue involves the transfer of rights to the dam removal process from the Federal Energy Resources Commission to the Dept. of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

These issues have applicability to our own issues regarding private water rights vs Native American claims and potential removal of Klamath Dams.

Please come and bring your friends as this impacts ranchers, farmers and the citizens of Siskiyou County. This is an opportunity to hear from an expert in these matters.
Brought to you by the Siskiyou County Water Users Association.

Richard Marshall
President of SCWUA


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Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. meeting 4-17-15

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Siskiyou County Water Users Association
General Meeting

Friday, April 17th
Greenhorn Grange
300 Ranch Ln. Yreka

6 PM Meet and Greet — bring a dessert to share

6:30PM Program

Chrysten Lambert
Chairperson Klamath Basin Compact and President of Klamath Basin Land Trust

Bob Rice
Scientific Consultant Siskiyou Water Users

Ray Haupt
Supervisor District 5

Richard Marshall
President Siskiyou Water Users

Donations Appreciated

Help us fill the room to show Chrysten Lambert that we support the Water Users and support keeping our dams!!

See you there

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Siskiyou Water Users to hold meeting 4-17-15

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Siskiyou County Water Users Association
General Meeting

Friday, April 17th

Greenhorn Grange

300 Ranch Ln. Yreka

6 PM Meet and Greet….bring a dessert to share

6:30 PM Program

Chrysten Lambert
Chairperson Klamath Basin Compact and President of Klamath Basin Land Trust

Bob Rice
Scientific Consultant Siskiyou Water Users

Ray Haupt
Supervisor District 5

Richard Marshall
President Siskiyou Water Users

Donations Greatly Appreciated

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Siskiyou folks to speak at California Land and Water Wars Forum

Over-regulations, Property rights, Rich Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc, Water rights, Water, Resources & Quality

Lecture and Conference Series

American Freedom Alliance presents

The April installment of the Lecture and Conference Series


California Land and Water Wars:
The Green Agenda to Destroy Your Property Rights featuring


Sheriff Richard Mack,

Paul Rodriguez, 

Debbie Bacigalupi, family owns a Siskiyou Co. ranch

Richard Marshall, President of Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

Michael Coffman,

David Spady,

Tim Donnelly,

Paul Taylor, and

Laer Pearce

Sunday, May 4
10 am – 5 pm

Location:  Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd #204, West Los Angeles, CA 90064


About the Topic:


California Central Valley farmers are under siege.

After years of drought, not only has their water allocation, guaranteed to them under Government contract, fallen to 40%, but much needed water, vital to the sustenance of crops, is currently being siphoned off to protect certain fish species believed to be endangered.

The emphasis on saving wildlife at the expense of human need is of a piece with the environmental campaign against agricultural activity across this country.

Over the next ten years thousands of dams are slated to be closed, affecting farmers in dozens of states.

Water authorities have also vowed to make their control and regulation of urban water supplies far more centralized and coercive.

Join AFA at this important half day forum to learn from farmers, journalists, activists and water utilization experts how far reaching is this pernicious environmental campaign and what you can do to stop it.

Co-sponsored by Americans for Prosperity and Tea Party Coalition

For reservations call the American Freedom Alliance office at 310-444-3085


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Town Hall meeting with PacifiCorp officials on rate hikes!

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

Upset at your rising power bills?

Attend Town Hall Meeting

Wed. Feb. 5, 2014

at the

Yreka Community Center

on N. Oregon Street BY  YREKA  HIGH SCHOOL

Time:   5:30 p.m.

Bring your power bills and ask questions.

We need to pack the room with frustrated PacifiCorp customers.

Three PacifiCorp officials will sit as a panel to answer questions.

Hosted by Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

No food or drink will be available

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Power rate increases and surcharges bring frustration to Siskiyou residents

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc


Pursuant to today’s conversation please consider this a formal request to PacifiCorp to conduct a meeting in Siskiyou County to discuss with ratepayers the structure and components of the billing format and the calculation of these costs.  We would also like to see a projection of rates for the next 18 to 24 months.  We would like to have the meeting in the next 30 -45 days in Yreka at the Greenhorn Grange.  It would be preferable to have the meeting in the late afternoon.

You may communicate with me on this and we will work on a specific date.  I believe we could get 40-50 people there.  Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Richard Marshall

President Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

My email:


PO Box 187

Fort Jones, CA 96032

Phone 530-468-4204

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