This week’s landmark agreement to remove four hydroelectric dams from the Klamath River assumes California voters will approve $250 million in general obligation bonds.

The settlement agreement unveiled Wednesday caps long negotiations among 28 parties that included the federal government, California, Oregon, local Indian tribes and the dam’s owner, PacifiCorp.

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