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!t: Quid CI Herald 17)-mber 5. 1991 Pe 7 Meeting called on Chief Joseph wildlife s00:u,dy resul000000 Results of the Chief Joseph Wild- life Mitigation Study will be the subject of a public meeting Wednes- day, December 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Bridgeport Elementary School. The study attempts to quantify effects on wildlife habitat related to construction of Chief Joseph Dam 40 years ago. About 8,000 acres of wildlife habitat were inundated and an additional 800 acres were affected by construction activities. Since February, Washington De- partment of Wildlife and Colville Confederated Tribes biologists have been meeting with local citizens, Letters to the Editor Best apples Danny Boy apples from Brewster are available in a streetside fruit stand in London, England. Omak Chronicle news editor Cheryl Probst on vacation spotted the Washington apple logo and snapped this photo. The proprietor informed her that he only sells Washington apples. "They are the best," he said. On this particular day he was offering Danny Boy and Hansen apples from Yakima. con't from page 2 Dear Mr. Horton, I'm glad you came to our school. I learned a lot from you about your buddies. You stick up for them and our country. I will try to apply that the people you hang aroudn with are the peple you are. I als will to my life the idea that your best friend is yourself and nobody else can change you, you have to change yourself and that meant a lot to me. Mr. Herren, how many years have you served? What batallion do you belong to? Are you still serving? How many kids do you have or are you even married? How did you ever get such a good sense of humor? How did you get involved in the armed forces? Thank you from, Paul James. Dear Mr. Gary Herren, When you came to our school, I learned that you have to solve your own problems. I learned that we have the right to choose and I also learned that you have be a good friend to have a good friend. I will try to apply enthusiasm and learn more about countries where everyone may be starving to death, where everyone may be starving to Photo courtesy Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle death. I would like to hear more about that. It was very interesting. Is your water afe to drink9 00,v,00,o:Areyustillinthe42ndMrineHow have S many states you gone and talked to? Sate law requires that public  wells to be tested. Health District Thank you for taking the time to Tonasket, Oroville, Twisp, Winthrop, Coulee Dam, Brewster and Pateros. The current cost for a coliform test is $11.00. This cost will increase to $15.00 on January I, 1992. The Health District also has in- formation concerning testing water for the presence of chemicals and a list of laboratories that do chemical tests of drinking water. If you have questions about water come to our school. I really enjoyed your talk. I hope you can come again. Mr. Horton, I just moved here from Tacoma. So far I really like it here. I like the fact that you can ride your bike to the store without wor- rying about a lot of traffic. We lived about five miles from the Tacoma Mall. There's one thing I miss and that is my friends at my old school. reading aerial photos and conducting on the ground studies to determine the area and types of habitat inundated by the dam. The Bonneville Power Adminis- tration is paying for the study which will set priorities for wildlife mitiga- tion. Congress required power plan- ning, fish and wildlife protection, mitigation and enhancement by power producers in the 1980 Northwest power Planning Conservation Act. Citizen comment will be incorpo- rated into the final report which will be submitted tot he Northwest Power Planning Council. The council then set mitigation objective for Chief Joseph Dam in relation to other wild- life mitigation goals it sets within the four-state Columbia River basin. Specific mitigation projects can- not be developed until the council acts on the plan. Written comments will be ac- cepted until January 6, 1992. They may be sent to Doug Kuehn and Matt Berger, Box 850 Ephrata, Washing- ton 98823. drinking water be tested for bacteria on a regular basis to be sure that the water is safe to drink. (Public water systems are systems that have two or more permanent connections.) Water is tested for the presence of coliform bacteria. Coliform group bacteria are not necessarily disease producers but are reliable indicators of organic pollution. If coliform bacteria are staff recommends that water from private wells be tested at once a year. Water also should be tested if there is an unusual taste or odor, it there is continued diarrheal illness in .the family, or any item surface water drains into the well. The Okanogan County Health District has a state certified laboratory where coliform testing is done. Growers approve higher search assessments Washington State growers of apples and stone fruits other than cherries have voted to increase as- sessments to fund research for those commodities. In a referendum just completed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, apple producers voted 865 to 748 in favor of the assessment increase. The assessment rate will increase from the current 25 cents per ton to 50 cents in 1992, 75 cents in 1993 and $1 in 1994 and thereafter. Growers of stone fruits other than cherries voted to voted 150 to 100 in favor of increasing their current as- sessment of 25 cents per to $1 per ton starting with the 1992 crop. Both current assessment rates have been in place since 1974. About 47 percent of the state's commercial apple growers and about 22 per cent of the growers of stone fruits other than cherries voted in the referendum. Only a majority of those voting was required for approval. The assessments for other tree fruits were not a part of the referen- dum. Cherries currently have an as- sessment rate of $2 per ton. Pear growers pay $1 per ton for research. Assessments in 1990 totalled ap- proximately $840,000. Under the new assessment rates, the annual grower funds available for research would rise to an estimated $2.5 million by 1994. The research funds are adminis- tered by the nine grower member Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission. Research projects sup- ported by grower assessments en- compass cultural practices, storage and handling technology, pest con- trol and more. - BEST FARES- Three weeks advanced purchase necessary Some Christmas Space Available (Some Restrictions) I rerben:l I| dI-'" r a  'e I Own a -' Hammond or Baldwin Organ for ? Christmas., (509) 689.3481 10 W, Main (P.O. Box 1015) Brewster, WA 98812 l Baldwin 243 Studio Piano *3295 Save $1900 Baldwin Pianos and Organs Big Savings on all pianos & organs in the store 689-2226 Brewster 113 W. 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