Share This Profile
Share this profile on Facebook.
Link to this profile on LinkedIn.
Tweet this profile on Twitter.
Email a link to this profile.
See other services through which you can share this profile.
This profile was last updated on 5/16/14  and contains information from public web pages.

PCWCD Manager

Phone: (503) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: PORTLAND, Oregon, United States
Schroeder Law Offices P.C
1915 NE 39Th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97212
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of PERSHING COUNTY BOARD
    Pershing County Library
12 Total References
Web References
Schroeder Law Offices - Pershing County Water Conservation District (PCWCD)
www.water-law.com, 16 May 2014 [cached]
See: letter from PCWCD Manager, Bennie Hodges.
SCHROEDER LAW OFFICES, PC | PORTLAND, OREGON | RENO, NEVADA
commission agenda
www.pershingnv.com, 29 Aug 2001 [cached]
3. Bennie Hodges, PCWCD: Request for Policy on Parcel Maps within the Ag Preservation District*.
Narrative of Contacts
www.pcwcd.com, 13 Aug 1997 [cached]
Bennie Hodges of the Pershing County Water Conservation District (District) and I met with Duane Gasaway (County Manager) and Curtis (Superintendent of Sewage Treatment Plant) in Battle Mountain to discuss possible issues that the County might have if the District were to pursue a title transfer of the
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with representatives of Barrick to discuss the possibility of title transfer of the Pasture and any possible role Barrick might play in that, particularly as it relates to their mine water discharge.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Bob to discuss the possibility of transferring title to the Pasture.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Ann Ball, Area Manager, and several other staff members to discuss possible issues related to a title transfer.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Mike to discuss possible title transfer and any water rights issues that might arise.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Commissioner Martinez to discuss possible title transfer of the Humboldt Project.
...
September 24, 1997 - Call from Bennie Hodges of the District
Bennie mentioned that during a conversation with Mike Turnipseed, Nevada State Engineer, Mike had indicated that the State of Nevada would support a transfer of title to the Humboldt Project if the District was willing to give up some land for restoration of an Argenta Marsh.
...
Bennie indicated to Mike that the Board of Directors of the District would probably be willing to do that.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Willie Molini in Elko, Nevada to discuss general concepts of the title transfer.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with county representatives to discuss their possible needs in a title transfer and the ability of the District to help meet those needs.
...
Bennie Hodges and I attended this meeting which was a general meeting where committee members and the public expressed their opinions and questioned the District about title transfer.
...
Bennie Hodges and I briefed Congressman Gibbons on efforts of District to obtain title to the Humboldt Project.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with the Advisory Committee to brief them on the District's effort to obtain title to the Humboldt Project and answer their questions.It was made clear to the Committee that the District would proceed in the public arena and all parties would have full involvement in the process.The District stated that they would consider a minimum pool in Rye Patch Dam and that any agreement with the State would be a single agreement with the (NDCNR) and not separate agreements with each Division.
January 28, 1998 - Meeting with USBR and Environmental Groups in Carson City
Bennie Hodges and I met with representatives of USBR, Sierra Club, Nevada Wildlife Federation, Lahontan Wetlands Coalition, and Lahontan Audubon Society to discuss issues of title transfer.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Wayne Perock and other staff members to discuss possible title transfer of the Humboldt Project.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Willie.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Graham and discussed the concepts of transferring the title to the Humboldt Project from the Federal Government to the District.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with BLM representatives to discuss location and quantity of withdrawn lands around Rye Patch Reservoir.Obtained maps and other information from BLM.Discussed how the withdrawn lands would be handled if title to the acquired lands were transferred to the District.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Mary and briefed her on the status to the title transfer activities.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Wayne Perock and members of his staff to discuss the concept of transferring the Humboldt Project, including Rye Patch Dam, to the District.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Tom to discuss the status of the title transfer effort.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Doug to discuss possible resolution of Argenta Marsh issues.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with the Senator and Tom Baker to discuss the title transfer.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with Doug to discuss NDOW's conceptual proposal for the Argenta Marsh restoration.
...
Bennie Hodges and I discussed the various options available to assure the public that the provisions of any agreement reached for title transfer would be enforced.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with representatives of Newmont Gold Company to discuss possible joint effort to provide water for restoring Argenta Marsh.
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with representatives of Lander County and worked out an agreement in principal whereby they would support title transfer.
...
June 8, 1999 - Call from Bennie Hodges of the District
Bennie called to relate his conversation with Doug Hunt of NDOW.
...
Bennie stated that Doug was upset that the District would consider moving forward with activities without agreement with NDOW.
...
July 28, 1999 - Call from Bennie Hodges of the District
...
Bennie Hodges and I met with representatives of the Sierra Club, Lahontan Wetlands Coalition and a fishery group to discuss the proposals made by the District.
...
Bennie indicated that NDOW has agreed to the basic principles of the District's proposal.
...
Discussed the need to have a meeting with Pete, Terry Crawforth and Wayne Perock, Bennie Hodges and Mike Gottschalk to look at finalizing a single final agreement between the State and the District.
...
I told Pete that Bennie Hodges and Mike Gottschalk of the District would be glad to meet with Pete, Terry and Wayne to talk about the problem and try to get things resolved.
Native Forest Council: News
www.forestcouncil.org, 9 Dec 2003 [cached]
Bennie Hodges, secretary-manager of the Pershing County Water Conservation District in rural Nevada, said the drought has forced him to allot farmers such a meager amount of water that they can only farm a fraction of their land.The county's reservoir is at 17% capacity.
"We're in tough shape here.Is it global warming?I don't know," Hodges said.
Bureau releases Humboldt Project statement
www.elkodaily.com, 15 Oct 2005 [cached]
The project's cost in 1935 dollars was ,1.5 million, the district's manager, Bennie Hodges, said earlier.
Other People with the name "Hodges":
Other ZoomInfo Searches
Accelerate your business with the industry's most comprehensive profiles on business people and companies.
Find business contacts by city, industry and title. Our B2B directory has just-verified and in-depth profiles, plus the market's top tools for searching, targeting and tracking.
Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Houston | Los Angeles | New York
Browse ZoomInfo's business people directory. Our professional profiles include verified contact information, biography, work history, affiliations and more.
Browse ZoomInfo's company directory. Our company profiles include corporate background information, detailed descriptions, and links to comprehensive employee profiles with verified contact information.
zirhbt201304