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News Release
Marine Board Meeting Virtually April 14 - 04/06/21

The Oregon State Marine Board will be meeting virtually using Microsoft Teams on April 14, beginning at 8:30 am.

Agenda items include:

  • Director’s Agency Report
  • Facilities Grant 1672, Westport: for Board approval
  • Facilities Grant 1640, Port of Arlington Cost Increase: for Board approval
  • Marine Law Enforcement Program: informational
  • Veterans Outreach: informational
  • Consideration for Rulemaking OAR 250-020-0204, Boat Operations in Klamath County, creates a slow no-wake zone in a small cove of Crescent Lake: option to adopt rules
  • Maintenance Assistance Program Grant Rules: for Board approval

Written public comment will be accepted until the end of day on April 12, 2021 and can be emailed to .cooper@oregon.gov">jennifer.cooper@oregon.gov or by U.S. Mail to Oregon State Marine Board, Attn: Jennifer Cooper, 435 Commercial St NE Ste 400 Salem, OR 97301.

Verbal comments will be accepted during the public comment portion at the beginning of the virtual meeting. If you would like to provide oral testimony during the meeting, register with Jennifer Cooper, .cooper@oregon.gov">jennifer.cooper@oregon.gov, no later than 8:00 am on April 12, 2021.

To view the agenda and Board materials, visit https://www.oregon.gov/osmb/info/Pages/Board-and-Public-Meetings.aspx. Viewing on Teams may require the installation of a free Teams app for mobile devices.


The Marine Board is directly funded by boaters in the form of registration, title, and permit fees, as well as through marine fuel taxes. No lottery, general fund tax dollars or local facility parking fees support the agency or its programs. Boater-paid fees support the boating public through boating safety services (on-the-water law enforcement, training, and equipment), boating safety education, grants for the construction and maintenance of boating access facilities, and environmental protection programs. For more information about the Marine Board and its programs, visit boat.oregon.gov.

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