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News Release
Marine Board Meeting Virtually October 21 - 10/14/20

The Oregon State Marine Board will hold its quarterly meeting on October 21, beginning at 8:30 am via Microsoft Teams and live-streamed from the agency’s office, 435 Commercial Street NE, in Salem.

The Board will consider the following agenda items:

  • Grant Budget Authority for Board approval;
  • 2021-23 Boating Facility Grant Timeline and Document Updates for Board approval;
  • Abandoned and Derelict Vessel Program Update;
  • Possible Rulemaking via Petition to amend OAR 250-020-0073, Prineville Reservoir to consider initiating rulemaking;
  • Consideration for Rulemaking OAR 250-020-0091, Boat Operations in Deschutes County. Amends language to allow the use of electric motors on North and South Twin Lakes for boaters with disabilities. Action: Option to adopt rule;
  • Consideration for Rulemaking OAR 250-020-0280, Boat Operations in Multnomah County. Consideration of data regarding the stretch of the Willamette River between Willamette Falls and the Sellwood Bridge. Action: Option to propose rules; and,
  • Consideration for Rulemaking OAR 250-020-0280, Boat Operations in Multnomah County. Creates additional boating regulations on the Willamette River in the vicinity of Ross Island Action: Option to adopt rule.

All written public comments on agenda items where the comment period has not closed can be submitted by October 18 by 5 pm via U.S. Mail to Jennifer Cooper, Executive Assistant, 435 Commercial St. NE, Salem, OR 97301 or via email to jennifer.cooper@oregon.gov.

The meeting will be live-streamed via the Marine Board’s YouTube Channel. To view the agenda and staff report, visit https://www.oregon.gov/osmb/info/Pages/Board-and-Public-Meetings.aspx.

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