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News Release
Marine Board Meeting April 23, 24 in Astoria - 04/15/24

The Oregon State Marine Board will convene its quarterly meeting in Astoria on April 24, 2024. The meeting will be held at the Astoria Public Library Flag Room, 450 10th Street, beginning at 8:30 am. Preceding the board meeting, agency staff and board members will take a boating facility tour of nearby access, first visiting the recently completed Westport Park mixed-use boating facility and ending with the Columbia River Maritime Museum. 

The Board agenda includes the following items:

  • Director’s Report
  • Key Performance Measures (KPMs) Update for the Legislature
  • Agency Budget Overview
  • Legislative Concepts
  • Facility Grants for Board Approval

Grant No.


Project Scope


 Bend Park & Recreation District 

 Miller's Landing nonmotorized launch & ADA access 


 City of Tigard 

 Cook Park boarding dock replacement 


 Port of Bandon 

 Port restroom and shower 


 Port of Columbia County 

 Scappoose Bay ADA paddlecraft launching dock 


 Oregon State Parks 

 Mongold boarding dock replacement 


 Jackson County 

 Emigrant Lake West boarding dock replacement 


 City of St. Helens 

 Courthouse Dock short-term tie-up dock repairs 

Public comments for this meeting will be accepted in writing or by attending the public comment portion at the beginning of the hybrid meeting. To provide oral testimony, register with Jennifer Cooper no later than 5 pm on April 21, 2024. Public comments will also be accepted in writing until the end of the day on April 21, 2024. Register to speak or send written comments to jennifer.cooper@boat.oregon.gov or by U.S. Mail to Oregon State Marine Board, Attn: Jennifer Cooper, 435 Commercial St NE Ste 400 Salem, OR 97301. 

To view the agenda and board materials and for a link to the meeting live stream, visit the agency’s Public Meetings page. Meetings are conducted using Microsoft Teams and viewing may require the installation of a free Teams app for mobile devices.



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