DRMT requests gauges to remain for instream flow rule

The Dungeness River Management Team (DRMT) has been working toward “compliance” with the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Instream Flow Rule. (See “The Hoax of the Instream Flow Rule”).

 

Because of the State of Washington is, like so many other States, in trouble financially, the Department of Ecology is required to cut certain items.  The DRMT is calling for their stream gages to remain despite the required cuts.  It’s interesting to note that Steve Tharinger signed the letter to DOE as  chair of the DRMT, as  elected Clallam County Commissioner, and as the elected State Representative.  (See 2010 DRMT Request to Maintain Gauges -FINAL)

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