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Latest CBB News > Archives > October 26, 2001
October 26, 2001

1. FEDERAL FISH MANAGERS BURIED IN DE-LISTING PETITIONS
Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2003 (PST)
No less than five administrative "de-listing" petitions -- targeting
fish stocks from the Puget Sound to northern California and Oregon's
Klamath Basin -- have landed on federal fish managers' desks in recent
week.
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2. HOUSES PASSES WATER, POWER FACILITY SECURITY BILL
Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2003 (PST)
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed two bills aimed at
boosting security for federal dams and other water and power facilities
in the West.

One measure would allow the Bureau of Reclamation to contract with
local, state, tribal and other federal law enforcement agencies to
provide trained and certified law enforcement security.
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3. CBB INTERVIEW: STAN GRACE, LONGTIME COUNCIL MEMBER
Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2003 (PST)
The most familiar face on the Northwest Power Planning Council, Stan
Grace, bowed out Monday after serving the state of Montana on the panel
for the past 12 years -- a period in which regional power and fish and
wildlife issues became increasingly complex.

A flood of Endangered Species Act listings and burgeoning power needs
had served to complicating the Council's job.
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4. GOV. MARTZ APPOINTS NEW MONTANA NWPPC REPRESENTATIVE
Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2003 (PST)
Montana Gov. Judy Martz this week appointed Ed Bartlett to serve as one
of the state's two representatives to the Northwest Power Power Planning
Council.

Bartlett replaces Stan Grace, who retired after 12 years on the Council.
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5. FPC REPORT SAYS LIMITED SPILL IMPROVED FISH PASSAGE
Posted on Tuesday, September 09, 2003 (PST)
The Fish Passage Center released a report this week that shows a marked
difference in the survival of juvenile that remained in the river
between McNary and John Day dams once the Bonneville Power
Administration decided to provide a limited amount of spill this spring.
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