The Legislative Assembly finds that:
(1) It is the policy of this state to promote Oregon as a vacation destination and to encourage tourism as a valuable segment of our state’s economy;
(2) There is a growing need to provide year-round destination resort accommodations to attract visitors and encourage them to stay longer. The establishment of destination resorts will provide jobs for Oregonians and contribute to the state’s economic development;
(3) It is a difficult and costly process to site and establish destination resorts in rural areas of this state; and
(4) The siting of destination resort facilities is an issue of statewide concern. [1987 c.886 §2]
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