Certain private hunting preserves not subject to land use approval
- • complaint procedures
(1) A person who owns a private hunting preserve that was licensed under ORS 497.248 (Private hunting preserve license) on or before July 28, 2003, and that has not been submitted to the appropriate local governing body or its designee for land use approval may continue to operate the hunting preserve without local land use approval. The hunting preserve may include one sport clay station that existed on July 28, 2003, is used during the hunting season only for shooting practice in conjunction with hunting and is subordinate to the use of the land as a hunting preserve.
(2) A person engaged in farm or forest practices on lands devoted to farm or forest use may file a complaint with the local governing body or its designee, alleging that the operation of the hunting preserve has:
(a)(A) Forced a significant change in accepted farm or forest practices on surrounding lands devoted to farm or forest use; or
(B) Significantly increased the cost of accepted farm or forest practices on surrounding lands devoted to farm or forest use; and
(b) Adversely affected the complainant.
(3) The local governing body or its designee shall process a complaint filed under this section in the manner described in ORS 215.296 (Standards for approval of certain uses in exclusive farm use zones) (4) to (7). [2003 c.616 §2]
Note: 215.218 (Certain private hunting preserves not subject to land use approval) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 215 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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