Removal of flammable material from railroad rights of way
(1) Every person operating a railroad of any kind in this state inside or within one-eighth of one mile of a forest protection district shall annually or more often, if so ordered in writing by the forester, in a manner and to an extent ordered by the forester, destroy or remove all flammable growth and flammable material from the right of way of the railroad. All burning done to comply with this section must be in accordance with ORS 477.505 (State Forester may declare fire season in district) to 477.520 (Refusal, suspension or revocation of permits) and 477.625 (Permit to use fire or power-driven machinery).
(2) The forester shall allow a reasonable period of time for compliance with this order. [1965 c.253 §125; 1971 c.562 §1; 1997 c.274 §31]
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