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Subcommittee on Water and Power Oversight Hearing on "The San Joaquin River Restoration Settlement Act"
Thursday, September 21, 2006 10:00 AM

1324 Longworth House Office Building
Thursday, September 21, 2006
10:00 a.m.


  • "The San Joaquin River Restoration Settlement Act"


Panel I

Mr. Kole Upton
Friant Water Users Authority
Chowchilla, California

Mr. Hal Candee
Senior Attorney
Natural Resources Defense Council
San Francisco, California

Mr. Jason Peltier
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary
Water and Science
Department of the Interior
Washington, DC

The Honorable Mike Chrisman
Resources Agency
State of California,
Sacramento, California

The Honorable Lois Wolk

Committee on Water
Parks and Wildlife
California State Assembly
Sacramento, California

Panel II

Mr. Tom Birmingham
General Manager/General Counsel
Westlands Water District
Fresno, California

Mr. Allen Short
General Manager
Modesto Irrigation District and Representing
San Joaquin Tributaries Association
Modesto, California

Mr. Ken Robbins
General Counsel
Merced Irrigation District
Merced, California

Mr. Steve Chedester
Executive Director
San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors Water Authority
Los Banos, California

Ms. Lynn Skinner
Wolfsen Farms
Los Banos, California

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