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Scott Valley POW meets 6-1-17

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

meets

Thursday, June 1, 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:

Lisa Nixon, Siskiyou Co. Dist 4 Supervisor, on the marijuana community committee

Richard Marshall, President of Siskiyou Co. Water Users Assoc., update on CPUC regarding Klamath dam removal

Ray Haupt, Siskiyou Co. Dist 5 Supervisor, Klamath dam removal meeting with the non-profit Klamath River Renewal Corp., J-H Ranch situation

Erin Ryan, staff from Congressman Doug LaMalfa’s office

 

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 5-30-17

Klamath Basin Crisis.org

KBC News

Letters opposing the National Park Service (NPS)-preferred  Alternative Plan C to develop the WWII Japanese Relocation Camp. With the current lawsuit by the Japanese Tule Lake Committee against our Tulelake Airport, Modoc County, and City of Tulelake, NPS encouraging tours to be conducted on the airport throughout the day, efforts to buy more land for their monument, etc, our community opposes the NPS multimillion $ plan to develop 1400 acres already acquired for their monument:

*Letter from U.S. Congressman LaMalfa to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Japanese Relocation Camp, Tule Lake Unit of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (GMP/EA) posted 5/29/17.

* Letter from Modoc County to NPS regarding Alternatives for WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA, posted 5/29/17

*Letter from Siskiyou County to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA posted 5/29/17

* Letter from Macys Flying Service, Tulelake, to their community regarding NPS General Management Plan for Tulelake WWII Japanese relocation camp

* Letter from Tulelake Growers Association to National Park Service regarding Tule Lake Unit of WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (GMP/EA) posted 5/29/17.

* Letter from Tulelake Irrigation District to National Park Service regarding Alternatives for developing WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA posted 5/29/17

* Letter from City of Tulelake to NPS regarding Alternatives for WWII Tule Lake Unit Valor in the Pacific NPS GMP and EA, posted 5/29/17

* HERE for KBC News Japanese relocation camp/Tulelake airport page

*Tule Lake Committee website, where our community of WWI and WWII veterans and their families are called “white supremists.”

California Farm Bureau Federation Legislative Review, posted to KBC 5/29/17. Welcome to California! ” would require California to enforce the federal Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA), and their implementing regulations and policies as were in place on January 1, 2016 or January 1, 2017, whichever version is the most stringent…”, “…requires employers to demand search warrants for ICE enforcement and to notify the Labor Commissioner and employees and their representatives about ICE enforcement and its results. Penalties for violations would range from $10,000 to $25,000 per violation,” “… restricts employers’ efforts to ascertain a job applicant’s past criminal history and elect to not hire the applicant due to that history,”  “requires an employer with 20 or more employees within a 75-mile radius to provide 12 weeks of protected parental leave to bond with a new child after that child’s birth, adoption or foster care placement,” ” would create a state-operated single-payer universal health insurance program intended to provide health care to all California residents,” “would expand the extraordinary values, such as scenic, recreational, fishery, wildlife, historical, cultural, geological, ecological, hydrological, botanical, or other similar values to preserve rivers in their free-flowing state designated as wild and scenic under the California Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.”

Tulelake Irrigation District well water levels, posted to KBC 5/28/17

www.klamathbasincrisis.org

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Managing water under California’s broken water system – opinion

Op-ed

BLOG: Managing water under California’s broken water system

California Farm Water Coalition

California’s farm water suppliers don’t shy away from hard work. They never have-but our broken water system continues to erode their ability to do the most important part of their job- managing and delivering the water used to grow the food and fiber we all depend on. With the ever-escalating demand of more than 15 different overlapping agencies that require farm water suppliers to meet perpetually-changing regulatory processes, it’s little wonder that despite bountiful water provided by nature- scarcity and uncertainty continue to burden farms, rural communities, and even our cities.

A recent Sacramento Bee Editorial underscored the complexity of managing water under California’s broken system, claiming that not filing a form with the Department of Water Resources (DWR) has left Californians in the dark about where and how the water used to grow our food and fiber is delivered.

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org

Klamath Basin Crisis.org

KBC News

Titus 3 1-7

160K acres covered in Klamath ‘Takings’ class action, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17.

Upper Basin water: Talk or litigate? Which? Let’s talk, by Randall Kizer for H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “The Wood River’s bank are full of water and, yet, the valley’s irrigators are shut off due to a call of (Klamath) tribal instream water rights…We agreed to just about everything the Tribes demanded…upper basin landowners have agreed to retire thousands of acres of irrigated land and built thousands of feet of fencing along streams, rivers and creeks…The Tribes are angry. They were promised funds for economic development, land in the Mazama Forest and dam removal in the KBRA…”

(Klamath) Tribes call for agreement termination, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “At a minimum, Gentry said any framework for a settlement proposal must adequately address treaty resource reintroduction, restoration and protection resulting in sustainable and harvestable treaty resources that will support the meaningful exercise of treaty rights. ‘This must include return of homelands and co-management of land and resources that affect treaty resources…’ “

* Klamath Tribes Negative Notice sent to Department of Interior to end Upper Klamath Basin Comprehensive Agreement, UKBCA

* Upper Klamath irrigators response to Klamath Tribes Negative Notice sent to DOI to end UKBCA 4/28/17.

Increased flows from lake expected for Klamath River, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17. “Karuk Tribe and Oregon State University researchers take samples from four different sites along the Klamath River on a weekly basis to determine the number of parasites per liter, according to Bottcher…”

Wolf opponents, proponents face off in Portland, H&N, posted to KBC

Water deliveries begin at Crater Lake, H&N, posted to KBC 5/28/17.
Chiloquin to sell water to Crater Lake, 2.5 million gallons, H&N, posted to KBC 5/12/17.  Crater Lake water is shut off “…by a call on water made by the Klamath Tribes…the city council agreed to sell water to the park for $0.015 per gallon, an estimated total cost of $37,500 during May and June…6,000-gallon trucks would make the trip to and from the park an estimated eight to 10 times per day…The city reserved the discretion to extended water sales through July and August as needed.”
Crater Lake to ship water starting next week, “…$400,000 to haul water..” “…Rim Drive may not open until mid-June due to higher-than-average snow levels…” H&N 5/12/17
Crater Lake to haul water for visitors, Delivery costs top $400,000 for May, June, H&N, posted to KBC 5/7/17. “..Under the Treaty of 1864, the Klamath Tribes have the right to hunt, fish, trap and gather on former reservation land. The Klamath Tribes have legally determined claims that provide for in-stream flows sufficient for the protection of riparian habitat during spring runoff months.” KBC NOTE: The Klamath Tribes sold their reservation. This year was above average snow, and the rivers flooded.

www.klamathbasincrisis.org

 

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Bunkerville Defendants Back In Court Today

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs

Redoubt News.com

May 25, 2017

Bunkerville Defendants Back In Court Today

by Shari Dovale

Four of the first round of defendants in the Bunkerville Trials in Las Vegas were dealt a mistrial recently. They were back in court today for motion hearings in preparation for their upcoming retrial.

Some of the highlights included the Judge ruling that the defendants will not be able to use the First and Second Amendments to the US Constitution in their defense. This is not a new ruling, it is just being reiterated to the defense that the Constitution is not allowed in Judge Navarro’s courtroom.

Though the Federal government and the State of Nevada recognize the people’s right to open carry, Judge Gloria Navarro has made it quite clear that, in her mind, anytime a person is open-carrying a weapon and a law enforcement officer happens to see that weapon, then that is evidence of a threat to the officer and is considered assault.

That would indicate that the US Constitution is being used against the citizens of this country!

If citizens choose to exercise their rights, as guaranteed by the US Constitution, and if the government were to arrest them on Federal charges, as stated by this Federal Judge, would that mean that the US Constitution no longer exists?

Eric Parker’s attorney was not in court today, so Eric was told that he could “share” another attorney or raise his hand when he had a question. He did have questions.

Parker asked about the recent airing of the PBS Frontline TV show “American Patriot”. The PBS producers used Sealed Discovery Evidence in their production. Parker asked the Judge if there was going to be an investigation into this or, if not, will she lift the seal for the defendants to now share the discovery? She did not take his question, instead telling him that his attorney needs to file another motion.

The prosecution has now raised the issue of “Speedy Trial” in their arguments. The defense, in trying to set the schedule, suggested the court recess during the Independence Day holiday week, beginning trial afterwards. The prosecution objected as this would be an unnecessary delay.

These statements are from the same folks that have kept these defendants incarcerated for 14 months, and stated they would be within their rights to continue to hold them ~pre-trial and pre-conviction~ for up to five years.

The Speedy Trial argument is only allowed when it is convenient for the government?

Eric Parker asked why the “Tier One” defendants, including Cliven Bundy, couldn’t be included in this upcoming trial, in the interest of a “Speedy Trial”. That issue was slapped down by Judge Navarro pretty fast.

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LaMalfa Rallies Agriculture and Judiciary Chairmen to Help Protect Northern California Farming Rights

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA

May 26, 2017

Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after, upon Rep. LaMalfa’s request, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Michael Conaway and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions urging a review of the Department of Justice’s decision to prosecute a court case involving California farmer John Duarte.

Under the Sacramento Districts interpretation of Clean Water Act (CWA) that mirrors the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule, farmer John Duarte is facing $2.8 million in penalties for plowing his fields. The EPA and Army Corps claim the depressions on his farmland 11 miles from the Sacramento River are considered WOTUS, thus subject to CWA regulations. After meeting with Duarte in Northern California, Rep. LaMalfa personally called upon the chairmen to take action in asking the Administration to weigh in on this overreach.

LaMalfa said: “I’ve met with Mr. Duarte and personally visited the farmland in question. To classify his five-inch furrows as ‘miniature mountain ranges’ is laughable. Unfortunately, this is no laughing matter for John Duarte and the many other farmers who face similar fines and penalties around the country. Under the previous Administration, the EPA severely overstepped their authority and their regulations are preventing farmers from simply plowing their fields and using their land. If WOTUS goes into full effect, this will be the new normal. I urged the Chairmen to take action, and I appreciate their swift response in doing so. The Administration needs to look into this matter and help protect property owners from these excessive regulations.”

 

Full text of the letter is below:

May 26, 2017

The Honorable Jeff Sessions
Attorney General of the United States
Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530

 

Dear Attorney General Sessions:

 

As Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture and Chairman of the House Committee on the Judiciary (“Committees”), we have been following the case of Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers very closely. As you may know, the interpretations of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and its farming exemptions are critical to farmers and ranchers across the nation and, thus, are of particular interest to the Agriculture Committee, especially given the Committee’s jurisdiction over agriculture generally. The Judiciary Committee’s oversight responsibilities include ensuring that the Justice Department enforces the law as Congress intended.

 

The prosecution of Mr. Duarte raises concerns that the Congressional intent behind the farming exemptions in the statute is misunderstood. Specifically, it is the Agriculture Committee’s view that even occasional farm activities, including grazing, qualify as “normal” farming under the statutory exemption, and also are part of an established operation for purposes of the exemption. Further, it is the Committee’s view that the activity at issue in this case constitute plowing for the purposes of the exemption.

 

To better understand the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) process for prosecuting potential violations of the CWA and in order to determine whether or not legislation is required to correct potential misinterpretations of the law, the Committees request the following information:

 

  • What does the DOJ consider in determining whether or not to prosecute a violation of the CWA?

  • Is it appropriate to seek reduced penalties where the alleged violation is based on a novel or strained interpretation of the underlying statutory authority?

  • Have there been any cases where DOJ has entered into contingent settlements pending an appeal of a CWA case? If so, please describe the circumstances of those cases.

  • Has DOJ ever declined on appeal to advance CWA arguments that were successful at the district court level? If so, please describe the circumstances of those cases.

 

If you have any questions about this request, please contact Agriculture Committee staff at (202) 225-2171 and the Judiciary Committee at (202) 225-3951.

 

Sincerely,

 

  1. Michael Conaway
    Chairman
    House Committee on Agriculture      

 

Bob Goodlatte
Chairman
House Committee on the Judiciary          

Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.

 

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Liz Writes Life 5-23-17

Liz Writes Life

May 23, 2017

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA

Support Memorial Day by attending one of the honor guard services by the local American Legion Perry Harris Post #260 next Monday. The Callahan Cemetery service is at 10 a.m., Etna Cemetery at 11 a.m. and Fort Jones Cemetery at noon. And remember to thank our veterans!

Garden

Well, I feel really dumb as much of our garden has yet to be planted. With this heat, the seeds would certainly germinate quickly. But, alas we are waiting on the rotor-tiller to get fixed. Meanwhile, I spent a couple days irrigating iris and other perennials that I had ignored. The orange Oriental poppies are starting to bloom with a few purple iris and the California poppies are beautiful with the flowering lavender lupine.

The six red cabbages and six broccoli plants that we planted several weeks ago are doing well, but something is eating the top of some onions, darn it.

Forestry

I need to mention that Ray Haupt, our Dist. 5 Siskiyou Co. Supervisor, attended an American Forest Resource Council Conference in Washington last month. He was asked to be on a three-member panel with two county commissioners from Idaho and Montana. He told the April Scott Valley Protect Our Water meeting, that 200 industry leaders in the timber business were in attendance. The three-member panel explained how rural counties and communities have been hard-hit because of the loss of a local timber economy.

Mills have moved to metropolitan areas and the forestry industry leaders do not always see the economic fall-out from the gigantic loss of the timber industry on public lands in rural areas. Ray and the other panel members explained this has caused a social mess. With the loss of jobs, rural counties experience more social abuses of drugs, alcohol, elderly, domestic and an increase in crime.

“My goal is to replace the spotted owl (poster) with one of abused children,” said Ray at the Protect Our Water meeting. He also said the panel’s goal was to reconnect counties with the timber industry and educate lobbyists who work in WA. D.C.

There are several lawsuits over local timber harvest sales, including the Westside Fire Recovery Plan, that Ray encouraged Siskiyou Co. to support with amicus briefs, which are a friend of the court. Since Ray has been in office, these lawsuits that our county has supported have been successful providing a ray of hope for more active forest management.

The next Protect Our Water meeting will be Thurs., June 1, 2017 at the Fort Jones Community Center. Time is 7 p.m. I will have the agenda for you next week.

Trials

Last week, I discussed the inhumane treatment that Ammon Bundy, and possibly other inmates, received in the privately-contracted federal Southern Nevada Detention Facility in Pahrump. And that a protest rally dubbed “Liberty Camp” had set up across the highway from the facility. Although the campers are only staying 14 days, so they would not need a permit, the local sheriff visited the camp and informed them they must get a permit or leave.

When the word got out, a neighboring landowner told the campers they could moved to his property, which is in back of the prison. It is actually a better situation, but hot Nevada winds are not making life easy. Food and supplies have been donated to the campers and the residents of Pahrump seem to be supportive of the group trying to expose inhumane and torturous treatment inside the facility.

But to keep things interesting, detention facility guards have filed multiple false reports claiming the protesters are violating prison space by stepping across boundary lines onto prison property or that protestors slapped a moving prison bus. The protesters are videoing their every move and can prove these reports are not true.

The camp participants are making daily treks around the compound in their “Jericho March” and continue to raise money. Guess that would be a bit intimidating to the prison guards. In one video, I saw Jeanette Finicum on LaVoy’s horse, joining the march. To send support letters or care packages or funds, the address is: Camp Liberty, 1776 East Mesquite Ave., Pahrump, NV 89048.

Camp Liberty has raised over $25,000 for the defense of Ammon Bundy.

Camp leaders are also encouraging supporters to call elected officials and the detention facility administrator saying they have heard of inhumane treatment of inmates in the facility. Nicely ask them to look into the situation.

Janice Killian, facility administrator, 775-751-4500 or fax 775-751-8763.

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval: 775- 684-5670.

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions: 202-514-2001.

U.S. Nevada Senator Dean Heller: 702-388-6605

U.S. President Donald J. Trump: For comments call 202-456-1111 or switchboard is 202-456-1414.

Here is an update on the trials or re-trails. Prosecutors said they will not re-file charges on Todd Engel or Greg Burleson again on the trial where the jury was deadlocked this spring. Both were found guilty on lesser charges and will be sentenced in July. But, additional “terrorism” enhancements will be asked for Engel, who was found guilty of two charges. A possible 30 years in prison could come from these enhancements.

Burleson was found guilty of 8 of 10 charges and faces a possible 57 years in prison. He was a government informant, so it looks like he has been left high and dry. The other four defendants in the hung jury trial will be re-tried the end of June.

The second group of defendants include Cliven Bundy. But this trial will not begin until after this re-trial of the first group, so it may be October until Cliven’s trial starts.

Then there is a third tier of the Nevada Bunkerville defendants, who most likely will not see their trial until spring of 2018. Talk about a lack to a speedy trial, along with all the other atrocities that have occurred!

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County. Check out her websites: Pie N Politics.com and Liz Bowen.com. Call her at 530-467-3515.

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Scott Valley Protect Our Water meets 6-1-17

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

Will meet

Thursday, JUNE 1, 2017

 

Fort Jones Community Center

 

7 p.m.

Because of Memorial Day the meeting has been pushed back a week.

 

Agenda to come out later this week

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Trials and Protests – Update from Pahrump!

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs

Redoubt News.com

May 19, 2017

By Shari Dovale and John Lamb

Lots of news coming out of Nevada this week.

The first tier of Bunkerville defendants are awaiting a status hearing next week, mostly for motions and other items related to the re-trial of their case.

Todd Engel (photo: Facebook)

The prosecutors have said that they will not be charging Todd Engel or Greg Burleson again on the charges the jury deadlocked over. Each was found guilty on lesser charges and are scheduled for sentencing in July.

Engel was found guilty of two charges and the Prosecutors are asking for “Terrorism” enhancements for his sentencing. He is now facing a possible 30 years in prison, due to these enhancements

Burleson was found guilty of 8 out of 10 possible charges and faces a total of 57 years in prison. The prosecutors are not asking for the same terrorism enhancements against Burleson.

The remaining four defendants will be re-tried beginning June 26, 2017. The second tier defendants, which include Cliven Bundy, will not begin their trial until 30 days after this one is completed. The trial is expected to take up to another couple of months, so the second trial is not expected before September at the earliest, more likely October or November.

This will put the trial of the third tier defendants out until next Spring. Most of these defendants have been in custody over 470 days now. This will put their pre-trial incarceration to 2 years, in most cases.

tea party leaderJerry Delemus

Jerry Delemus was one of the first defendants to reach a plea arrangement with the government. Based on reports, he was coerced into making the agreement as his friends and family were targeted for arrest if he did not agree.

As soon as the first Oregon trial ended in October 2016, Delemus filed for a hearing to have his plea changed. He has waited for months to get his hearing.

Judge Gloria Navarro has finally ruled that Delemus will not receive a hearing and has scheduled him for sentencing later this month.

Reports are surfacing that Blaine Cooper is expected to testify against all of the defendants in Nevada. Cooper has stated that he will cooperate in order to get a reduced sentence for himself. Prosecutors have suggested a six year sentence for Cooper.

Camp Liberty is holding strong despite the ferocious winds that prevail. They have raised, at last count, over $25,000 for the defense of Ammon Bundy. They continue to protest, and are garnering support from the local community.

Though they had originally set up camp on the roadside across from the Pahrump Detention facility, and had been there for couple of weeks, the acting under-sheriff paid them a visit this week. Though he was polite about his message, he was very clear that they had 24 hours to get a permit or leave, as they now faced trespassing charges.

A local Patriot came to their aid and gave them leave to camp on their property, which is actually a better location right behind the Facility. They have set up and been supplied with all the food they can eat. The only thing they might be needing is basic camping supplies for those that did not bring enough, such as sleeping bags and tents. Tarps would also be nice to use as wind breaks.

Malheur II - What Judge Brown DID NOT Allow This WeekBut the government keeps trying to throw curve balls at the protesters. Earlier this week, Brand Thornton attempted to visit the prisoners in the facility. Many of you may remember that Judge Anna Brown in Oregon has dubbed him “Mr. Shofar”.

Thorton had his shofar with him when the guards decided it was a dangerous weapon, and even called it a bow-and-arrow. A SWAT team surrounded him and he has now been banned from the facility completely.

CoreCivic (formerly known as CCA) is a privately contracted company to run the Southern Nevada Detention Facility in Pahrump, as well as other facilities. This facility is strictly a holding place for those that have not been to trial, or not been sentenced. From here, the prisoners get moved to permanent locations.

It must be considered low security as many of the “guards” are only armed with batons and pepper spray. There are very few guards with firearms.

However,these glorified rent-a-cops have allowed power to take them over, They use this power against prisoners, and now the protesters.

They have filed multiple false reports of protesters violating their space. Violations that include (falsely) that protesters stepped across the boundary lines and onto prison property, or that protesters slapped a moving prison bus. These reports are going nowhere, as it has been proven by video that they are false. Yet, the guards continue to attempt heartache with more reports.

The protesters will not give up easily though. For now they are camped behind the prison, making daily treks around the compound in their “Jericho March.”

They continue to raise money and see support from the local residents. The can receive mail from the postmaster, addressed to:

Camp Liberty
1776 East Mesquite Avenue
Pahrump, NV 89048

They are accepting 2 types of donations. First for the defense of the prisoners, and second for the continued protest. They do not need much for their stand outside the prison, however, they do provide transportation help to others that would like to come and be a part of the protest.

Trials and Protests – Update from Pahrump!

 

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Doug LaMalfa Announces Grant Funding for Healthcare Clinics in Northern California

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA

May 19, 2017

 (Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) issued the following statement after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded $3,373,222 in grant funding to health centers in Northern California.

A breakdown of the grant funding allocation is as follows:

Ø  Mountain Valleys Health Center (Bieber, CA – Lassen County) – $1,710,549

Ø  Sierra Family Medical Clinic (Nevada City, CA – Nevada County)- $711,117

Ø  McCloud Healthcare Clinic (McCloud, CA – Siskiyou County) – $951,556

LaMalfa said: “Access to quality health care in rural areas like the North State can often prove to be a challenge. Community Health Centers play a critical role in expanding access in areas where patients may otherwise lack care altogether. This funding will provide a boost to these facilities and help strengthen rural health care in Northern California.”

Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.

 

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