Agency Seeks End to Chetco Gravel Mining

Agency Seeks End to Chetco Gravel Mining

There are 2 comments on the Curry Coastal Pilot story from Jun 21, 2006, titled Agency Seeks End to Chetco Gravel Mining. In it, Curry Coastal Pilot reports that:

Aiming to protect threatened coho salmon, the federal government is edging toward a closure of Tidewater Contractors's Chetco River gravel mining operation, a move people in the rock business say will crank up ...

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John Liewergen

United States

#1 Jun 22, 2006
This SUCKSand is just plain BULLpucky


#2 Jun 29, 2006
What will happen to the tourist business if the salmon disappear from the south coast rivers.Will tourism be "dead in the water"? Think about it! With the sea lions and seals taking half the salmom catch, do we need more gravel mines
and reduced salmon fishery? How many millions of dollars does thevSoth Coast stand to lose?

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