ORS 704.525
Advisory committee

  • membership
  • duties


The State Marine Board shall appoint an advisory committee to provide advice to the board on various matters regarding the implementation of this chapter. The committee shall be composed of members appointed as follows:


Eight members representing seven of the primary organizations providing outfitting and guiding services in this state, with two members representing the most active organization. The board shall adopt rules to implement this paragraph.


Three public members selected by the board.


The board may not appoint to the advisory committee more than one individual who holds a charter boat license under ORS 830.430 (Definitions for ORS 830.430 to 830.465 and 830.997) to 830.465 (Disciplinary actions).


In addition to such other duties as the board may prescribe, the advisory committee shall provide advice and recommendations to the board regarding:


Methods of improving communication between the board and the guiding and outfitting industry.


The need for competency testing of guides and outfitters.


Refinements of the definitions of guides and outfitters.


Adequacy of liability insurance coverage.


Identifying decals for motorboats used by guides in providing outfitter and guide services.


Registration reciprocity for guides conducting outfitting and guiding services on the Snake and Columbia Rivers. [1989 c.586 §4; 1993 c.256 §5; 2013 c.146 §12; 2013 c.422 §11]

Source: Section 704.525 — Advisory committee; membership; duties, https://www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/bills_laws/ors/ors704.­html.

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