LOS ANGELES -- Klamath Falls, Ore., has appealed a state commission's ruling that blocked construction of a hydroelectric project financed with $250 million of escrow bonds.

The Klamath Falls City Council voted last week to take the case to the Oregon Court of Appeals after the state Environmental Quality Commission voted 3 to 2 this fall to deny a water quality certificate for the proposed Salt Caves Hydroelectric Project.

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