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Public Meetings
Meeting Information


Location:  Oregon Board of Tax Practitioners
                 3218 Pringle Rd SE - 1st fl. large conference room
                 Salem, OR  97302





January 11, 2018
May 10, 2018 - Draft


January 10, 2017
February 13, 2017
May 11, 2017
July 21, 2017
October 12, 2017

About Tax Board Meetings

All meetings are open to the public unless otherwise stated. The Tax Board encourages licensees to attend public meetings. Licensee input is appreciated. Notices and agendas are posted approximately two weeks prior to meetings. If notices and agendas are not posted when expected, please e-mail the Tax Board at tax.bd@oregon.gov.

Meeting locations are subject to change due to the availability of Morrow Crane conference rooms.
Pursuant to ORS192.660(2), Executive Sessions are closed to members of the public.
Meeting locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. If you require a sign language interpreter, contact the Tax Board office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Tax Board can provide material in an alternative format upon request, for example, larger print.

About Public Meetings
Board meetings are governed by the Oregon Attorney General's Administrative Law Manual and Uniform and Model Rules found in Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 192.

Executive Sessions may be held per ORS 192.660. Executive Sessions are closed to members of the public. The Board may hold an Executive Session for discussion of confidential examination material, evaluation of the Agency Director, and for the review of evidence pertaining to disciplinary cases. However, the Board must make a motion and vote in public session before any disciplinary action is taken.
The Board must provide to all interested parties (within 24 hours) a public meeting notice or Executive Session notice. These notices will be posted on the Agency Web site at least one week in advance. If there is an emergency meeting, the notice will be posted at least 24 hours in advance.
If four or more Board members are meeting, they are considered a quorum. A quorum is not allowed to discuss any matters under consideration by the Board. If there is discussion about that which is under consideration, it could result in an illegal meeting where the public was not invited.
The Tax Board is divided into four subcommittees: Administration Committee, Business Practices Committee, Exam & Education Committee and Complaint Committee. Committees discuss items on the agenda, give updates and make recommendations. Although the committees are not considered a quorum, their meetings are considered public, and are noticed accordingly. When discussing confidential information, the committees must meet in Executive Session. 

Other Tax Board Meetings

Rules Advisory Committee 
Consultant Item-Writing Committee 
           NOTICE     RECRUITMENT      
Preparer Item-Writing Committee