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Supports Removal of
Snake River Dams

by Jane Vanderhoof
Peninsula Daily News, September 23, 2020

Since both candidates for Clallam County Public Utility District commission, Morris and Paschall, have past employment with power companies they should be well aware that maintaining four lower Snake River dams into the future is not cost-effective.

Please do your proper homework and learn the facts.

Turbine replacement is a major problem.

Columbia River System Operations reveal Removing Snake River Embankments, an important part of MO3, will lower BPA costs, thereby reducing rate pressure across the Northwest.

If Patty Morris is truly an environmentalist she should be aware that the environmental and economic benefits from the removal of the dams will, in five years, outweigh any benefits from the paltry amount of electricity generated.

The studies have been done.

Read them and change course please.

The chinook salmon and Southern Resident orcas need our help now.

The orcas are starving.

Don’t you care?

Related Pages:
Columbia River System Operations EIS, Comments & Responses & bluefish Counter Responses, Fall of 2020

Jane Vanderhoof, Port Angeles
Supports Removal of Snake River Dams
Peninsula Daily News, September 23, 2020

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