Oregon: County Seeks to Back Out of Water Deal

New York Times: The Klamath County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to withdraw from an agreement that lays out how to share scarce water between fish and farms, control power costs for irrigators, and restore broken down ecosystems. Two other signatories of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, the Karuk Tribe and the Klamath Water Users Association, say the county cannot pull out because the agreement is a binding contract that was just renewed for two more years. Greg Addington, executive director of the......

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