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Topic - Jim Mccarthy
Jim McCarthy, a spokesman for the conservation group WaterWatch, said the extra water going into the lake was welcome, but not enough to overcome water problems throughout the basin, particularly on the national wildlife refuges that depend on the leftovers from the Klamath Reclamation Project.
"We use the word `best' because the goal of today is to go right past better all the way to the extent of what is possible, even if it seems a little bit outlandish," said co-organizer Jim McCarthy, the CEO of Goldstar, a ticket retailer.