Serial No. 103-113: 1994 Majority Staff Report of the Task Force on Bonneville Power Administration, Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session on 1994 Majority Staff Report of the Task Force on Bonneville Power Administration, 'BPA at a Crossroads', Hearing Held in Washington, DC, August 9, 1994 [open pdf - 126MB]
This is the August 9, 1994 hearing on "1994 Majority Staff Report of the Task Force on Bonneville Power Administration" held before Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives. From the opening statement of Peter A. DeFazio: "It is about a year ago, we were in the midst of the Bonneville Task Force hearings, a number of which we did in the Pacific Northwest. In fact, it would have been my preference to do this hearing in the Northwest, but given the exigency of the schedule, that wasn't possible and I felt the hearing was very timely and important, given the speed with which BPA [Bonneville Power Administration] is moving to implement what would be the most far-reaching changes in the system of distributing Northwest power and in the relationships among the customer groups since the Northwest Power Act of 1980. There is some controversy over what the immediate threat is to Bonneville regarding their future competitiveness and how they might best respond to that. The key to me is that we want to get this right. Certainly there are time pressures, and we must look at those." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Jack S. Robertson, Angus Duncan, Walter E. Pollock, K.C. Golden, Ken Canon, Brett Wilcox, C. Clark Leone, Daniel C. Scott, David E. Piper, William G. Counsil, and Judy Lamson.
Serial No. 103-113
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