Investigation of violation within ocean shore
- • cease and desist order
- • enforcement of order by state and local police
(1) If the State Parks and Recreation Director determines that any improvement is being made on property within the ocean shore without a permit issued under ORS 390.650 (Improvement permit procedure), or in a manner contrary to the conditions set out in the permit, the director may:
(b) For the purpose of investigating conditions relating to such improvements, through the employees or the duly authorized representatives of the State Parks and Recreation Department, enter at reasonable times upon any private or public property.
(c) Conduct public hearings in accordance with ORS chapter 183.
(d) Publish findings and recommendations as they are developed relative to public policies and procedures necessary for the correction of conditions or violations of ORS 390.620 (Pacific shore not to be alienated) to 390.676 (Schedule of civil penalties).
(e) Give notice of any proposed order relating to a violation by personal service or by mailing the notice by registered or certified mail to the person or governmental body affected. Any person aggrieved by a proposed order of the director may request a hearing within 20 days of the date of personal service or mailing of the notice. Hearings shall be conducted under the provisions of ORS chapter 183 applicable to contested cases, and judicial review of final orders shall be conducted in the Court of Appeals according to ORS 183.482 (Jurisdiction for review of contested cases). If no hearing is requested or if the party fails to appear, a final order shall be issued upon a prima facie case on the record of the department.
(f) Take appropriate action for the enforcement of any rules or final orders. Any violation of ORS 390.620 (Pacific shore not to be alienated) to 390.676 (Schedule of civil penalties) or of any rule or final order of the director under ORS 390.620 (Pacific shore not to be alienated) to 390.676 (Schedule of civil penalties) may be enjoined in civil abatement proceedings brought in the name of the State of Oregon. In any such proceedings, the director may seek and the court may award a sum of money sufficient to compensate the public for any destruction or infringement of any public right of navigation, fishery or recreation resulting from such violation. Proceedings brought by the director shall set forth, if applicable, the dates of notice and hearing and the specific rule or order of the director, together with the facts of noncompliance, the facts giving rise to the public nuisance and a statement of the damages to any public right of navigation, fishery or recreation, if any, resulting from such violation.
(2) In addition to the administrative action the director may take under subsection (1) of this section, the director may enter an order requiring any person to cease and desist from any violation if the director determines that such violation presents an imminent and substantial risk of injury, loss or damage to the ocean shore.
(3) An order under subsection (2) of this section:
(a) May be entered without prior notice or hearing.
(b) Shall be served upon the person by personal service or by registered or certified mail.
(c) Shall state that a hearing will be held on the order if a written request for hearing is filed by the person subject to the order within 10 days after receipt of the order.
(d) Shall not be stayed during the pendency of a hearing conducted under subsection (4) of this section.
(4) If a person subject to an order under subsection (2) of this section files a timely demand for hearing, the director shall hold a contested case hearing according to the applicable provisions of ORS chapter 183. If the person fails to request a hearing, the order shall be entered as a final order upon prima facie case made on the record of the department.
(5) Neither the director nor any duly authorized representative of the department shall be liable for any damages a person may sustain as a result of a cease and desist order issued under subsection (2) of this section.
(6) The state and local police shall cooperate in the enforcement of any order issued under subsection (2) of this section and shall require no further authority or warrant in executing or enforcing such order. If any person fails to comply with an order issued under subsection (2) of this section, the circuit court of the county in which the violation occurred or is threatened shall compel compliance with the director’s order in the same manner as with an order of that court.
(7) As used in this section, “violation” means making an improvement on property within the ocean shore without a permit or in a manner contrary to the conditions set out in a permit issued under ORS 390.650 (Improvement permit procedure). [1999 c.373 §13]
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