Charter Bus Offered to San Francisco for Hearing in the U.S. District Court of Northern California
Next week KWUA and many Klamath Reclamation Project patrons will gather in San Francisco to attend a hearing that will determine the fate of the Klamath Reclamation Project in 2018.
KWUA would like to invite patrons of the Klamath Project who are interested in attending the hearing to ride down on a charter bus from Klamath Falls to San Francisco and back.
The seats will be first come first serve with a total of 45 seats available. This charter is made possible by KWUA, Klamath County Farm Bureau, Woodhouse Farming & Seed Co., Pelican Charters and others. There is no cost to passengers, however donations are appreciated.
The bus will depart April 11th stopping for breakfast and scheduled to arrive at the courthouse by 1pm. After the hearing, the bus will depart San Francisco and arrive back in Klamath that evening. Brown bag lunch is encouraged.
If seats are available, there may be an opportunity to pick up passengers in Dunnigan, California who do not want to drive into the city. Please note that this is only based on availability, please call the office for details.
KWUA encourages those interested in attending, to please contact KWUA as soon as possible for more details and availability. If you would like to attend on your own, below are the details for the hearing.
Court Case: Hoopa Valley & Yurok Tribes vs. U.S Bureau of Reclamation, intervenors: KWUA, Sunnyside Irrigation District, Klamath Irrigation District, Klamath Drainage District and Ben Duval
Hearing Date: April 11, 2018
Hearing Time: 2:00 p.m.
U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
Phillip Burton Federal Building & US Courthouse
Judge William Orrick
Courtroom 2, 17th Floor 450 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, Ca
You will have to go through security, so give yourselves plenty of time.
Press release provided from the Klamath Water Users Association.