Joe on the local radio station KSYC 103.9 tonight said it will be partly cloudy with highs to 70 on Friday.
It is a bit windy tonight, but I see stars, so bring your shades and sunscreen to the Water Rally Protest tomorrow.
Mike and Jess will be waiting at Mean Gene’s Beacon gas station in Greenview to provide directions out to Mark and Cyndi Baird’s Wild Rose Ranch. There will also be signs to follow.
The drive from I-5 at Yreka over Forest Mt. through Fort Jones to Greenview takes about 20 to 25 minutes and then it is another 10 minutes to the ranch.
See ya all at 11 a.m. !!!
Scott Valley Protect Our Water is hosting a Water Rally Protest against the California Dept. of Fish and Game, because the state agency claims ranchers must get a Permit in order to TURN ON their legal irrigation water. Those that have Water Rights can legally turn on their water on April 1st in Scott Valley. So Mark Baird will legally TURN ON his water.
Scott Valley POW disagrees with Fish and Game and its reasoning for this re-invented Permit. We stand on our Constitutional Rights. We own property and the government cannot legally take it away. In California, a Water Right is a Property Right.
Enviros, liberals and Progressives and striving to destroy the right to private property. We are standing up to them.
Come and stand with us!!!
–PNP Editor Liz Bowen
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LaMalfa Comments on Gov. Brown’s Withdrawal from Budget Talks
(Sacramento) – Senator Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) released the following statement regarding Governor Jerry Brown’s withdrawal from budget negotiations:
“The governor has proposed to increase spending by $26 billion in the next three years but is surprised Republicans don’t support his plan? Real reforms such as a spending cap, pension formula change, and regulatory relief are sensible reforms that would improve California’s worst- in- the- nation business climate and credit score.
If Governor Brown walks away from negotiations, California’s government will stay just as dysfunctional as ever. Republicans are not going to roll over and capitulate to raising taxes on families, but we can work together on finding real common sense solutions. This is not rocket science – it is the same budgeting that real families across California are forced to deal with every day.”
Senator Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing the fourth Senate District including Shasta, Tehama, Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Siskiyou, Sutter, Del Norte, Placer, Trinity, Yuba and Nevada counties.