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For the latest issues facing property owners —

TWO important meetings on Aug. 2, 2012


North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board staff

will hold a public workshop to disucss proposed revisions on

Waiver of Waste Discharge requirements

This agency claims our irrigation water is a waste.

What a ridiculous notion !!!

It is pure snow melt and will flow down into the valley no matter what.

This Date: Aug. 2, 2012

Time is 9:30 a.m. to noon

Place: Fort Jones Community Center, 11960 East St. Fort Jones, CA.

The state agency invited the public, private land owners, state and federal agency employees, Greenie groups and other interetested and concerned groups and individuals.

Scott Valley Protect Our Water says:


to their Permit.

Second meeting ————————————————————————–

Siskiyou Resource Conservation District

Date: Aug. 2, 2012

Place: Etna City Hall

Main Street, Etna.

Time: 7 p.m.

Bryan McFadin from the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board staff will be at the meeting offering “grant” money for the RCD to find “willing” farmers and ranchers who want to write a Ranch Plan.

Be careful !!!

This Ranch Plan is likely to turn into a demand for a

“Permit to Ranch”

with, of course, a FEE.

Attend this meeting to find out the real scoop

April 4, 2012


PNP comment:  Please use this letter a a template and write concerning the UNETHICAL surcharge we are being charged on our electrical bills to pay for Klamath dam removal — which may not happen.  Read the letter for this important updated info.  The Greenies will scream and pro-KBRA & KHSA stakeholders will complain, but Klamath dam removal is NOT a done deal and electricity bills should NOT be charging for it! — Editor Liz Bowen

Michael Peavey

President, California Public Utility Commission

505 Van Ness Ave. Room 250

San Francisco, CA. 94102

April ____, 2012

Re:        PacifiCorp App# 10-03-015

              Surcharge Increase, Klamath Dams

 Dear Mr. Peavey,

I am a customer and rate payer of Pacific Power Co. in Siskiyou County, account #_________________.        As such, I have a pecuniary interest (PUC code 1731-b) in PacifiCorp’s request in increasing the amount of the existing surcharge to pay for the removal of the Klamath River dams.  These hydroelectric dams provide clean, efficient hydro power to our rural area.  As you may know Siskiyou County Citizens at its most recent general election overwhelmingly approved the retention of the hydroelectric dams.  Measure “G” on the ballot received 79.4% favorable vote to retain the dams.

On 4-26-2010 your commission authorized the first surcharge by PacifiCorp (Application 10-03-015). The collection of that surcharge just went into effect at the beginning of this year.  Now PacifiCorp has decided that they were in error and mis-calculated the timing of the surcharge and now have before your commission a request to accelerate the collection of the surcharge at a faster rate.  These charges are devastating to our rural and farming community and we believe that the CPUC’s apparent collusion with PacifiCorp in assessing these charges has been inappropriate if not outright illegal.

The commission’s findings, rulings and endorsements are based upon a faulty recognition of the Klamath Hydroelectic Services Agreement calling for removal of the dams on the Klamath River.   These agreements are not in effect as they have not been authorized and adopted by the Department of Interior.  As you may know the Secretary of the Department of Interior has put off signing these agreements for good reason as they do not have Congressional funding and most likely will not get such funding.  I might point out that the State of California also needs to provide nearly $200 million in bond funding which it has been unable to do.  In addition the peer scientific community has generally found that the “science” behind the removal of the dams and restoration of the Salmon has been flawed and manipulated for political reasons. Further, your determinations are based on Agreements (KBRA & KHSA) which were arrived at in violation of State law because of meetings that were held illegally.

I would also like to point out that the CPUC in approving these increases did so against the recommendation of its own Division of Rate Payers Association which was representing the community of rate payers.  Further, the CPUC should be protecting the utility customers in this situation and yet throughout the consideration of the authorization to PacifiCorp there has been provided no provision for alternate electrical power to the area at a competitive rate.

As of the date of this letter, I ask that the commission consider me a party in interest to any and all actions by PacifiCorp henceforth and keep me advised accordingly of all actions to take place in regard to the Application referenced above.

In addition I hereby request that the CPUC turn down the current request by PacifiCorp for additional surcharges and that it cancel the existing surcharge and refund all collected monies back to those ratepayers who have been charged.


Copies to:

Senator Diane Feinstein

Senator Barbara Boxer

Congressman Tom McClintock

Governor Jerry Brown

Congressman Wally Herger

Mark Loy, DRA


2012 U.S. addresses for CPUC letters

Office of U.S. Senator Diane Feinstein

One Post Street
Suite 2450
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone: (415) 393-0707
Fax: (415) 393-0710

Office of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
70 Washington Street, Suite 203
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 286-8537
(202) 224-0454 fax



U.S. Consgressman Tom McClintock

Washington Office

428 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2511
Fax: (202) 225-5444

California Office

8700Auburn-Folsom Road, Suite 100
Granite Bay, CA95746
Phone: (916) 786-5560
Fax: (916) 786-6364

Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160

U.S. Congressman Wally Herger

Washington Office

242 Cannon HOB

Washington, DC 20515

 Phone 202-225-3076

Fax  202-226-0852


Mark Loy, DRA

California PUC

Energy Cost of Service & Natural

Room 4205

505 Van Ness Ave.

San Francisco, CA 94102-3214




March 5, 2012

DFG has proposed preposterous rules for suction dredgers throughout the state.

Please write your letters of comment today!


The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) has revised its proposed regulations governing suction dredge mining in California under the Fish and Game Code. The revised version is now available for review at www.dfg.ca.gov/suctiondredge, and DFG will be accepting public comment on the new draft through 5 p.m. on Monday, March 5, 2012.

Written comments can be submitted by e-mail to


or by regular mail to:

Mark Stopher, Senior Policy Advisor
California Department of Fish and Game
601 Locust Street
Redding, CA 96001


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NOAA Fisheries holds coho comment meeting

March 1, 2012

5 p.m.

Yreka, CA

Yreka Community Center

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will host a public meeting about the Draft Recovery Plan for the Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast (SONCC) coho salmon this Thursday in Yreka. Participants will hear an overview of the plan and will be able to offer comments.

“The ability to implement a plan that will recover and protect the species is in the hands of all who inhabit this region; hence, public input on the plan is essential to success,” a NOAA press release stated.

The meeting will be held from 5-8 p.m. at the

Yreka Community Center,

810 N. Oregon St., in Yreka.

The agenda is as follows:

• 5-5:30 p.m.: View posters, talk with National Marine Fisheries Service staff

• 5:30-5:45 p.m.: Welcome

• 5:45-6:15 p.m.: Presentation on plan contents

• 6:15-8 p.m. (or until all comments are heard): Public comment period

Electronic copies of the plan are available at http://swr.nmfs.noaa.gov/recovery. A hard copy of the entire plan and a CD copy of the plan will be available for review at the reference desk of the Yreka Library, 719 4th St., Yreka.





This meeting (below) was canceled. First, DFG canceled because it believed that Scott Valley POW would show up and then because of the snow storm.

DFG to meet with Klamath RiverKeepers in Happy Camp on Feb. 28 and or about water diverters and fish screens

PNP has been told there will be a meeting at 5 p.m. at the Grange in Happy Camp on Tuesday, Feb. 28 in Happy Camp by the Calif. Dept. of Fish and Game.

Reason for the meeting:  Demands of fish screens on diversions.

Caveat: Land owners are damned if they do and will be threatened if they don’t.

Landowners — please contact Scott Valley POW, who will share our issues with DFG having put in 90 dams demanded by DFG at a cost of $1.2 million.

Then, under DFG regulations they are supposed to pay to maintain the fish screens and drug their feet last year providing very little funding. We have blasted them for that.  DFG is not to be trusted.


  1. Robert Exter  •  Dec 10, 2011 @3:24 pm

    You might want to include the video of this event.
    Also on last Thursday the CA DFG had a so called meeting at Turtle Bay in Redding. Here is a video address by Gary Cadd http://www.ShastaCoordination.com
    If you would like me to send you video releases, be sure to contact me..
    Robert – Videographer for the Redding Patriots

  2. John Dunham  •  Jan 6, 2012 @5:34 pm

    When I was elected militia commander back in 95 we were hearing the very same language iv’e been reading about today from the tea party. You can all beat the bush over and over, but the answer is in every State Constitution and the Federal one, its a shame folks are afraid of them, an armed Militia is required to maintain a Republic, have all the meetings you want, I personally got sick of nothing happening after them. Are you all really Constitionalists when you leave out, or are afraid of, the most important thing, the Militia. Why did the progressives smear the Militia so bad, because its the only thing they fear, they don’t fear your meetings unless you get the sheriffs to understand what their duty is and start arresting the real criminals in every county by county.
    John Dunham

  3. Joanne Alden  •  Jan 25, 2013 @5:59 pm

    Ladies and gentlemen of northern California, according to intel I have received,
    there IS a movement of international import that is in fact turning this long train of events around, and heading America in another direction. If you will email me at joannegrcealden@gmail.com, I will send the article to you, or a summary of it. I want to help support you. Please see that I get your meeting notices. joanne-grace: alden

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