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SB 877
Bill number SB 877 (2011 Oregon laws, Chapter 179)
 ORS changed 209.130, 209.155, 209.250 and 390.770; repeals 93.320, 93.330, 93.350, 93.360, 93.370, and 93.380.
 Effective date June 1, 2011
 DOR contact Philip McClellan  503-586-8128
 Summary This adds the Oregon Coordinate Reference System (OCRS) used by ODOT as an acceptable coordinate projection for surveys collected in Oregon. It also cleans up language in the law to include modern survey collection techniques.
   

 
Section Old law  New law
1 No provision for OCRS. Adds the OCRS as an acceptable projection when collecting survey control, in addition to 1927 and 1983 OCRS. Also includes what information must be included in a land survey collected in Oregon.
2 No provision for OCRS. Adds the OCRS as an acceptable projection when collecting survey control.
3 No provision for OCRS. Adds the OCRS as an acceptable projection when collecting survey control.
4 No provision for OCRS. Adds the OCRS as an acceptable projection when collecting survey control.
5 No provision for OCRS. Defines the boundary for the Oregon beach bill, with coordinates collected with OCRS of 1927 into the law.
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  Repeals ORS 93.320, 93.330, 93.350, 93.360, 93.370, and 93.380.
7 No provision for OCRS. Creates advisory committee for adopting rules for implanting the new system.
8   States amendments and repeals are enacted by January 2, 2012.
9   Declares emergency to exist; this act took effect on passage.