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A local government may:
(1) Adopt ordinances consistent with the best practices described in ORS 602.035 (Beekeeping within residential areas); and
(2) Charge a reasonable fee for registering hives in residential areas. The fee that a local government charges for registering hives in residential areas may not exceed the amount charged under State Department of Agriculture rules for the registration of colonies that are subject to fees under ORS 602.090 (Registration of bee colonies) (3). [2015 c.823 §3; 2017 c.52 §2]
Note: Section 4, chapter 823, Oregon Laws 2015, provides:
Sec. 4. A local government shall review existing ordinances and determine whether to adopt new ordinances relating to residential beekeeping within three years of the effective date of this 2015 Act [January 1, 2016]. [2015 c.823 §4]
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