Lewis River Relicensing
Up to 174 miles of habitat to be re-opened to salmon
A wide-ranging settlement over 50 years recognized as good for the environment and the customers of PacifiCorp and Cowlitz PUD.
WOODLAND, Wash. — A far-reaching relicensing plan for four Lewis River dams that will re-open up to 174 miles of potential salmon habitat, improve local flood management, boost recreational opportunities, and preserve the energy resources of the Lewis River in southwest Washington state was signed today by negotiators representing utilities, Native American tribes, federal and state resource agencies, three counties and environmental groups...click here to read more.
Lewis River Recreation Facilities Fee Agreement - November 22, 2004
As part of the alternative, collaborative approach to relicensing the hydroelectric projects on the Lewis River, the parties negotiated an agreement concerning the charging of fees at PacifiCorp's Lewis River Recreation Facilities and a fee agreement at PacifiCorp's undeveloped lands associated with Merwin, Yale and Swift No. 1 projects. For pictures and more information, click here.
Lewis River Relicensing Settlement Agreement - November 30, 2004
On November 30, 2004 the parties entered into a Settlement Agreement concerning the Relicensing of the Lewis River Hydro Electric Projects.
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