Agency Info

 
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Notice Type
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​​Additional Info
Rule amendment will add motor use exemption language for landowner's ability to ingress/egress the Deschutes River with authorization by special annual boater passes issued from the Oregon department of Parks and Recreation OAR 736-040-0071(10). Rulemaking Accepting written comments only. Comment period closes June 30, 2017 at close of business.

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
Statement of Need and Fiscal Impact
Oregon Bulletin
Proposed Rule Language

 

Send Written Comments To:

June LeTarte, Rules Coordinator    Oregon State Marine Board   435 Commercial St., NE   Salem, OR 97309
 
 
Interested Party Notifications
 
 
To receive Oregon State Marine Board Rule Notifications by postal mail, send us your name and mailing address in writing to:  
 
Oregon State Marine Board Attn: Rules Coordinator, June LeTarte
435 Commercial Street NE, Suite #400
P.O. Box 14145 Salem, OR 97309-5056   

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To receive notification by email, send your name and email address to: june.letarte@oregon.gov
 
Thank you for your interest and involvement in the rulemaking process and helping keep boating safe, clean and fun for everyone.  
 

  
Temporary Rules
None currentlly.
 
 
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Petition Procedures
Any interested person can request that the Marine Board adopt, amend, or repeal a boating regulation through a petition. To be considered, petitions include the following:
(1) Name and address of petitioner(s)
(2) Names and addresses of other interested parties
(3) The proposed language in full (for new rules) or the existing rule language in full with proposed additions and deletions clearly indicated (for rule amendments).
(4) An explanation of the petition that includes facts or arguments in sufficient detail to show the reasons for and effects of adoption, amendment or repeal of the rule.
(5) If the petition requests the amendment or repeal of an existing rule, the petition must also contain comments on:
(a) Options for achieving the existing rule's substantive goals while reducing the negative economic impact on businesses;
(b) The continued need for the existing rule;
(c) The complexity of the existing rule;
(d) The extent to which the existing rule overlaps, duplicates, or conflicts with other state or federal rules and with local government regulations; and
(e) The degree to which technology, economic conditions, or other factors have changed in the subject area affected by the existing rule, since the agency adopted the rule
Petitions not complying with these requirements may be returned by the director.
 
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