Authority as coordinating entity for port activities
- • approval required for creation of new ports
(1) The Oregon Business Development Commission and the Oregon Business Development Department, through the Oregon Infrastructure Finance Authority, shall be the statewide coordinating, planning and research entity for all ports and port authorities in this state to ensure the most orderly, efficient and economical development of the state port system.
(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, after July 1, 1969, no port or port authority may be formed without the prior approval of the Oregon Infrastructure Finance Authority.
(3) The authority is the statewide coordinating, planning and research entity for port activities involving international trade and international trade development and industrial, commercial and recreational development. [Formerly 285.815; 2007 c.804 §25; 2009 c.830 §34]
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