Oregon
Rule Rule 123-662-1200
Designated Areas


(1)

If the Legislature allows additional electronic commerce designations under ORS 285C.095 for enterprise zones, which are currently limited to 15, the sponsor of any eligible existing enterprise zone that is not already an E-commerce zone may designate itself as an E-commerce zone in accordance with OAR 123-662-1000, pursuant to the date that the legislation took effect.

(2)

The Department shall maintain and publicize information identifying which enterprise zones are currently E-commerce zones.

(3)

If an enterprise zone that has been an E-commerce zone for more than one year terminates under ORS 285C.245, or if a zone sponsor revokes its electronic commerce designation, the sponsor of any eligible existing enterprise zone that is not already or is no longer an E-commerce zone may designate itself as an E-commerce zone in accordance with OAR 123-662-1000, pursuant to the date that the termination and revocation took effect.

(4)

The City of North Plains in Washington County is a city designated for electronic commerce under ORS 285C.100 effective on March 4, 2002, such that

(a)

All areas then or later inside the city limits or urban growth boundary of the City of North Plains are the same as an E-commerce zone, as used in this division of administrative rules, but only for purposes of Electronic Commerce and business firms that are eligible on that basis under ORS 285C.050 to 285C.250 and 315.507.

(b)

The city shall act as the effective zone sponsor and take responsibility for all duties of a zone sponsor as they apply to an Electronic Commerce business firm seeking to utilize areas of the city for special benefits.

(5)

If the Legislature provides additional electronic commerce designations under ORS 285C.100 for cities, of which only one is currently allowed, the governing body of any city that is not already an E-commerce city may designate itself as an E-commerce city in a manner equivalent to OAR 123-662-1000(4) to (6), except as prescribed by the legislation, pursuant to the date that the legislation took effect.
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