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A long time ago, I had a job that required me to sit on a river barge all night long. Using a marine radio, I attempted to hail riverboat pilots as they passed by. This was a Corps of Engineers project to determine the location of lower water points. A number of the pilots were helpful to me; others not so much. I had my river face on, but riverboat banter is not exactly the parlance of a trained economic analyst. I remembered the response of one pilot in particular––his rich tapestry of colorful language still lingers over the misty waters.
The Jordan Cove Project (the “Project”), announced that as of today (Monday, June 24) it has signed voluntary easement agreements with 82% of the private landowners along the Project’s proposed pipeline route, which will allow the pipeline to cross beneath these properties.
Editor's note: This is the second of a three-part series regarding Klamath County tourism: Part 1: The value of tourism to Klamath County ran Sunday, June 16; Part 2: Tourism funding at a crossroads (today); Part 3: Funding tourism for results (June 30).