Reservation of historically filled lands or new lands
(1) Notwithstanding any contrary provision of ORS 274.905 (Definitions for ORS 274.905 to 274.940) to 274.940 (Reservation of historically filled lands or new lands), the Department of State Lands may reserve historically filled lands or new lands from sale, transfer or lease where upon notice and hearing the department determines that the public interest requires the lands to be preserved for recreation, conservation of fish and wildlife or the development of navigation facilities.
(2) If lands are reserved from sale, transfer or lease under this section, the adjoining or opposite upland or riparian owner shall be allowed reasonable access to navigable water across the reserved historically filled lands or new lands.
(3) A determination that the public interest requires historically filled lands or new lands to be reserved under this section is not a final agency order. [1963 c.376 §7; 1967 c.421 §178; 1973 c.203 §8; 2015 c.804 §5]
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