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Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey will host a Constitutional Sheriffs’ Panel

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Feb. 15, 2012

Press Release

 Sheriff Lopey to lead sheriffs’ panel

YREKA – Five county sheriffs will participate in the first 2012 Support Rural America Sheriffs Event on Feb. 25, 2012. Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey will host a Constitutional Sheriffs’ Panel starting at 2 p.m.

The event will be held at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds in Yreka, California at the top of the State. Take exit 773 off I-5 in Yreka. The fairgrounds are on the East side of the freeway. There is plenty of parking and motels nearby. Admission is free. 

Joining Sheriff Lopey on stage will be Modoc County Sheriff Mike Poindexter, Trinity County Sheriff Bruce Haney, Lassen County Sheriff Dean Growden and Oregon’s Josephine County Sheriff Gil Gilbertson. These sheriffs recently attended the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Assoc. Convention in Las Vegas with Sheriff Richard Mack and Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpiao.

Sheriffs will share information on the Constitution as it relates to their position as county sheriff and discuss issues in their areas. Time will be available for questions and answers.

The gate to the fairgrounds will open at noon. Groups with info tables will be setting up and available to the citizens. 

This is the first in a series of monthly events that will be hosted by sheriffs in various counties in the North State. For dates of events that have been set, go to Support Rural America.com on the web. Youtubes of Constitutional Sheriffs are also available at that website or on the “sheriffs” page of Pie N Politics.com 

This event is sponsored by Scott Valley Protect Our Water, Yreka Tea Party, Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. and Redding Tea Party.

For more information, contact Liz Bowen at 530-467-3515.

 

STOP! THE RE-WILDING IN SISKIYOU COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

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 www.SaveTheDams.com

  • Quick background to video: 
    Tucker was a part of “secret” meetings between NGOs from SF, Portland, and folks from WA DC who are all dam-removal enthusiasts (dam removal objectives all across the US are linked to these “special interest groups” who do not even live near these dams or in Siskiyou County). 
  • Nearly 44,000 citizens in Siskiyou County, who will be most negatively impacted, were left out of these meetings. 
  • Tucker is a non-Karuk, but Ph.D. spokesperson for the Karuk who are slated to gain millions of dollars and thousands of acres from this KBRA “agreement” as implied by the “agreement”.  
  • Meanwhile, Shasta Native Americans are in favor of the dams, have the largest land mass along the Klamath River, and have sacred burial grounds that will be washed away forever if the dams come out.  They are left out of the land and money deals on this so-called “agreement.”
  • This is less about a radical enviro named Tucker and his friends (who will obviously benefit from this farm, ranch, and sacred burial grounds-killing agreement where Chapter 4 discusses farms and ranches (regardless of the deal) may be fundamentally transformed into National Parks via wetland status.

Taken directly from the CA Dept of Fish & Game & Department of Interior’s 09/11, 1800-page “Public Draft EIS/EIR” document:

Chapter 4 – Cumulative Effects
KBRA section p4-182: “The Water Diversion Limitations, On-Project Plan, WURP, and Interim Flow and Lake Level Programs could result in changes to land uses, including changes from ranchland to water storage areas. These changes have the potential to be beneficial if they result in landscapes (wetlands) that are consistent with the naturally established, characteristic landscape.”

Chapter 4-181
 “Other cumulative actions and programs that could also improve water quality on the Klamath River include implementation of TMDLs on the Scott, Salmon, Shasta, and Klamath Rivers …and the Five Counties Road Maintenance Program.”

We either LIVE BY THE TRUTH or be damned (pun intended) by the lies.
For More, go to:  WWW.SAVETHEDAMS.COM

 
FREE RURAL AMERICA

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