Oregon laws in the news

  • Title 36 Public health and safety

  • OregonLive.com / Brad Schmidt - Feb 9, 2012
    “Those pay­ments are guaranteed to the county under a 2009 state law that included heavy negotiating between city and county officials. Deep in the language of urban renewal law, Oregon Revised Statute 457, is a clause requiring the Portland Develop­ment Commission to pay Multnomah County $10 million by June 30, 2014. Another pay­ment, of about $16.5 million, is due to the county by June 30, 2021. ”
  • Commisioner Randy Leanard's Blog - Jul 7, 2010
    “The Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 454.225 recognizes the difficulties that may arise when recovering delinquent balances for this type of account. . . .”
  • KTVZ / Mackenzie Wilson - Mar 18, 2010
    “. . . Oregon Revised Statute 458.528 designates Oregon's Housing and Community Services (OHCS) as an administering agency for homelessness policies. OHCS provides the Homeless Leadership Coali­tion with the count instruc­tions and surveys. . . .”
  • Illinois Valley News / Scott Jorgensen - Dec 23, 2009
    “Early next year, the Cave Junc­tion City Council might consider allowing citizens to vote on allowing social gaming — bingo, lotto, raffles or Monte Carlo events — to occur within city limits. ... The state grants mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties authority to regulate those activities under Oregon Revised Statute 167.121. ...”
  • The Oregonian - Oct 14, 2009
    “... similar situa­tion happened to me at the WinCo on 102nd Ave., Portland, Oregon. ... doesn't seem to understand what is needed to comply with ORS 447.233. ...”
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