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News Release
Marine Board Meeting in Salem April 15 - 04/05/19

The Oregon State Marine Board will hold their quarterly Board meeting on April 15, at the Marine Board Office, 435 Commercial Street NE, in Salem, beginning at 9 am. 

The director will update the Board on legislative measures and summarize agency program matters.  The Board will then convene an executive session per ORS 192.660 (2)(h).

The meeting is accessible for persons with disabilities.  Persons needing assistance are encouraged to contact June LeTarte, Executive Assistant, Directors Office, at 503-378-2617 or via email to te@oregon.gov">june.letarte@oregon.gov.

To view the agenda, visit http://bit.ly/2G26BX4.


The Marine Board is funded by registration, title fees and marine fuel taxes paid by motorized boaters.  No lottery, general fund tax dollars or local facility parking fees are used to support the agency or its programs.  Boater-paid fees go back to boaters in the form of boating safety services (on-the-water enforcement, training, and equipment), education/outreach materials, and boating access facility grants (boat ramps, docks, parking, restrooms, and construction and maintenance).  The Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit program is dedicated funding to pay for border inspection stations, decontamination equipment, inspectors, and signage/outreach materials.  The Mandatory Education Program is self-supporting and revenue helps pay for education materials and boater education cards.  For more information about the Marine Board and its programs, visit www.boatoregon.com.