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Oregon Bulletin

October 1, 2012

Oregon State Marine Board, Chapter 250

Rule Caption: Portion of North Umpqua River closed to boat use due to bridge construction.

Adm. Order No.: OSMB 10-2012(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-16-2012

Certified to be Effective: 8-19-12 thru 8-25-12

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Amended: 250-020-0102

Subject: This rule will temporarily close a portion of the North Umpqua River to boating due to construction activities at the Tioga Bridge site from August 19-25, 2012. The closure affects a 4-mile section of river.

Rules Coordinator: June LeTarte—(503) 378-2617

250-020-0102

Boat Operations in Douglas County

(1) No person shall operate a motorboat at a speed in excess of 10 MPH in the following areas:

(a) On Carter Lake;

(b) On Plat I Reservoir.

(c) Diamond Lake.

(2) No person shall operate a motorboat at a speed in excess of 5 MPH in the following areas:

(a) Within the Harbor limits of Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay;

(b) On the Umpqua River in the vicinity of River Forks Park from a point 30 yards downstream (North) from the launching ramp to a point upstream 100 yards on each the North Fork and South Fork of the Umpqua River;

(c) On the Umpqua River within 300 feet of the boat launching ramp and designated swimming area at Scottsburg Park.

(3) Lemolo Lake:

(a) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a “Slow-No Wake” maximum 5 MPH speed within 150 feet of the shore or pier line in a zone extending from the launch ramp at Lemolo Lake Resort south to Pool Creek Inlet, and from a point 200 feet south of Pool Creek Inlet south to the small unnamed island, and thence south from the south tip of the island across to the nearest peninsula;

(b) Boats shall not exceed a “Slow-No Wake” maximum 5 MPH speed in the area from where U.S. Forest Service Road Number 2666 crosses the North Umpqua River, to a point 2,000 feet westward thereof;

(c) Boats shall not exceed a maximum speed of 40 MPH on all other waters of Lemolo Lake.

(4) No person shall operate a motorboat for any purpose on the following bodies of water:

(a) Amos and Andy Lakes;

(b) June Lake;

(c) Indigo Lake;

(d) Maidu Lake;

(e) Wolf Lake;

(f) Skookum Lake;

(g) Fish Lake;

(h) Buckeye Lake;

(i) Cliff Lake;

(j) Calamut Lake;

(k) Lucile Lake;

(l) Faller Lake;

(m) Lower Twin Lake;

(n) Upper Twin Lake;

(o) Lake in the Woods.

(5) Cooper Creek Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 40 MPH on the main body of the Reservoir;

(b) 5 MPH within the buoyed area of Rachelle Inlet; Pierce Canyon Inlet; Sutherlin Inlet and Douglas Inlet;

(c) 5 MPH within 200 feet of a boat launching ramp or designates swimming area.

(6) Ben Irving Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 35 MPH from the markers (identified by the letter “A”) located where the reservoir narrows, downstream for approximately 1.2 miles to the dam;

(b) 5 MPH:

(A) From the markers (identified by the letter “A”) located where the reservoir narrows, upstream for approximately one mile to the second set of markers (identified by the letter “B”);

(B) Within 100 feet of the boat ramp as marked.

(c) No person shall operate a motorboat upstream from the second markers (identified by the letter “B”) except that electric motors may be used;

(d) No boats shall be permitted within the log boomed area in the vicinity of the dam spillway.

(7) Galesville Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 40 MPH on the main body of the lake;

(b) 5 MPH along the north shore between the launch ramp and log boom, in the buoyed areas;

(c) 5 MPH between the buoy line at the upper end of the lake to the powerboat deadline as marked;

(d) Above the 5 MPH zone, as marked, no person shall operate a motorboat, except those propelled by electric motors;

(e) Persons operating a motorboat in excess of 5 MPH in the otherwise unrestricted portions of the lake shall proceed about the lake in a counter clockwise direction.

(8) No person shall operate a motorboat on the North Umpqua River between the boat ramp at Lone Rock Camp (approximate RM 32) upstream to Lemolo Lake.

(9) Loon Lake:

(a) Except for safe take-offs and landings, no person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a 5 MPH “Slow-No Wake” speed within 200 feet of the designated swimming area and boat mooring area at the BLM day use area, as marked. Boats towing skiers may exceed 5 MPH to extent necessary to maintain the skier in a skiing position, within 200 feet from the designated swimming area and boat mooring area only under safe conditions as outlined in this section. A safe take-off or landing will not be considered “safe” unless it can be accomplished without risk to any swimmer or craft within 200 feet from designated swimming area and boat mooring area. If a safe landing as thus defined is not possible, skiers must be picked up by the boat before coming within 200 feet from the designated swimming area and boat mooring area and brought to shore under usual speed restrictions (5 MPH within 200 feet of the designated swimming area and boat mooring area). Take-offs and landings are required to be made following the mandatory counter-clockwise pattern.

(b) Persons operating a motorboat in excess of 10 MPH shall proceed in a counter-clockwise direction in the otherwise unrestricted portions of the lake.

(c) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a 5 MPH “Slow-No Wake” speed within the buoyed area extending from the north shore of the cove at Fish Haven Resort in a southwest direction across the lake to the end of the prominent point of land on the south shore of the lake, as marked.

(10) Hemlock Lake: No person shall operate a motorboat, except those propelled by electric motors.

(11) No person shall operate a boat of any type on the North Umpqua River from the Susan Creek Day Use Area to Baker Wayside County Park from 11:59 pm, August 19, 2012, to 11:59 pm, August 25, 2012.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830
Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.110, 830.175 & 830.185
Hist.: MB 20, f. 3-20-63; MB 29, f. 6-17-66; MB 32, f. 9-14-66; MB 34, f. & ef. 6-2-67; MB 41, f. 9-18-68; MB 47, f. 7-14-70, ef. 8-11-70; MB 74(Temp), f. 5-18-76, ef. 6-1-76 thru 9-28-76; MB 82, f. & ef. 4-19-77; Renumbered from 250-020-0083; MB 4-1981(Temp), f. & ef. 4-17-81; MB 7-1981, f. & ef. 11-16-81; MB 4-1987, f. 4-20-87, ef. 5-1-87; MB 21-1987, f. 12-31-87, ef. 1-1-88; MB 5-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-14-95; OSMB 8-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-1-00; OSMB 7-2002, f. & cert. ef. 10-15-02; OSMB 1-2006, f. & cert. ef. 3-28-06; OSMB 7-2006(Temp), f. 8-15-06, cert. ef. 9-5-06 thru 9-30-06; Administrative correction 10-16-06; OSMB 7-2007, f. & cert. ef. 7-2-07; OSMB 3-2008, f. 4-11-08, cert. ef. 4-26-08; OSMB 10-2012(Temp), f. 8-16-12, cert. ef. 8-19-12 thru 8-25-12


 

Rule Caption: Portion of North Umpqua River closed to boat use due to bridge construction.

Adm. Order No.: OSMB 11-2012(Temp)

Filed with Sec. of State: 8-24-2012

Certified to be Effective: 8-26-12 thru 8-31-12

Notice Publication Date:

Rules Amended: 250-020-0102

Subject: This rule will temporarily close a portion of the North Umpqua River to boating due to construction activities at the Tioga Bridge site from August 26-31, 2012. The closure affects a 4-mile section of river.

Rules Coordinator: June LeTarte—(503) 378-2617

250-020-0102

Boat Operations in Douglas County

(1) No person shall operate a motorboat at a speed in excess of 10 MPH in the following areas:

(a) On Carter Lake;

(b) On Plat I Reservoir.

(c) Diamond Lake.

(2) No person shall operate a motorboat at a speed in excess of 5 MPH in the following areas:

(a) Within the Harbor limits of Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay;

(b) On the Umpqua River in the vicinity of River Forks Park from a point 30 yards downstream (North) from the launching ramp to a point upstream 100 yards on each the North Fork and South Fork of the Umpqua River;

(c) On the Umpqua River within 300 feet of the boat launching ramp and designated swimming area at Scottsburg Park.

(3) Lemolo Lake:

(a) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a “Slow-No Wake” maximum 5 MPH speed within 150 feet of the shore or pier line in a zone extending from the launch ramp at Lemolo Lake Resort south to Pool Creek Inlet, and from a point 200 feet south of Pool Creek Inlet south to the small unnamed island, and thence south from the south tip of the island across to the nearest peninsula;

(b) Boats shall not exceed a “Slow-No Wake” maximum 5 MPH speed in the area from where U.S. Forest Service Road Number 2666 crosses the North Umpqua River, to a point 2,000 feet westward thereof;

(c) Boats shall not exceed a maximum speed of 40 MPH on all other waters of Lemolo Lake.

(4) No person shall operate a motorboat for any purpose on the following bodies of water:

(a) Amos and Andy Lakes;

(b) June Lake;

(c) Indigo Lake;

(d) Maidu Lake;

(e) Wolf Lake;

(f) Skookum Lake;

(g) Fish Lake;

(h) Buckeye Lake;

(i) Cliff Lake;

(j) Calamut Lake;

(k) Lucile Lake;

(l) Faller Lake;

(m) Lower Twin Lake;

(n) Upper Twin Lake;

(o) Lake in the Woods.

(5) Cooper Creek Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 40 MPH on the main body of the Reservoir;

(b) 5 MPH within the buoyed area of Rachelle Inlet; Pierce Canyon Inlet; Sutherlin Inlet and Douglas Inlet;

(c) 5 MPH within 200 feet of a boat launching ramp or designates swimming area.

(6) Ben Irving Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 35 MPH from the markers (identified by the letter “A”) located where the reservoir narrows, downstream for approximately 1.2 miles to the dam;

(b) 5 MPH:

(A) From the markers (identified by the letter “A”) located where the reservoir narrows, upstream for approximately one mile to the second set of markers (identified by the letter “B”);

(B) Within 100 feet of the boat ramp as marked.

(c) No person shall operate a motorboat upstream from the second markers (identified by the letter “B”) except that electric motors may be used;

(d) No boats shall be permitted within the log boomed area in the vicinity of the dam spillway.

(7) Galesville Reservoir: No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of:

(a) 40 MPH on the main body of the lake;

(b) 5 MPH along the north shore between the launch ramp and log boom, in the buoyed areas;

(c) 5 MPH between the buoy line at the upper end of the lake to the powerboat deadline as marked;

(d) Above the 5 MPH zone, as marked, no person shall operate a motorboat, except those propelled by electric motors;

(e) Persons operating a motorboat in excess of 5 MPH in the otherwise unrestricted portions of the lake shall proceed about the lake in a counter clockwise direction.

(8) No person shall operate a motorboat on the North Umpqua River between the boat ramp at Lone Rock Camp (approximate RM 32) upstream to Lemolo Lake.

(9) Loon Lake:

(a) Except for safe take-offs and landings, no person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a 5 MPH “Slow-No Wake” speed within 200 feet of the designated swimming area and boat mooring area at the BLM day use area, as marked. Boats towing skiers may exceed 5 MPH to extent necessary to maintain the skier in a skiing position, within 200 feet from the designated swimming area and boat mooring area only under safe conditions as outlined in this section. A safe take-off or landing will not be considered “safe” unless it can be accomplished without risk to any swimmer or craft within 200 feet from designated swimming area and boat mooring area. If a safe landing as thus defined is not possible, skiers must be picked up by the boat before coming within 200 feet from the designated swimming area and boat mooring area and brought to shore under usual speed restrictions (5 MPH within 200 feet of the designated swimming area and boat mooring area). Take-offs and landings are required to be made following the mandatory counter-clockwise pattern.

(b) Persons operating a motorboat in excess of 10 MPH shall proceed in a counter-clockwise direction in the otherwise unrestricted portions of the lake.

(c) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a 5 MPH “Slow-No Wake” speed within the buoyed area extending from the north shore of the cove at Fish Haven Resort in a southwest direction across the lake to the end of the prominent point of land on the south shore of the lake, as marked.

(10) Hemlock Lake: No person shall operate a motorboat, except those propelled by electric motors.

(11) No person shall operate a boat of any type on the North Umpqua River from the Susan Creek Day Use Area to Baker Wayside County Park from 11:59 pm, August 26, 2012, to 11:59 pm, August 31, 2012.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830
Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.110, 830.175 & 830.185
Hist.: MB 20, f. 3-20-63; MB 29, f. 6-17-66; MB 32, f. 9-14-66; MB 34, f. & ef. 6-2-67; MB 41, f. 9-18-68; MB 47, f. 7-14-70, ef. 8-11-70; MB 74(Temp), f. 5-18-76, ef. 6-1-76 thru 9-28-76; MB 82, f. & ef. 4-19-77; Renumbered from 250-020-0083; MB 4-1981(Temp), f. & ef. 4-17-81; MB 7-1981, f. & ef. 11-16-81; MB 4-1987, f. 4-20-87, ef. 5-1-87; MB 21-1987, f. 12-31-87, ef. 1-1-88; MB 5-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-14-95; OSMB 8-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-1-00; OSMB 7-2002, f. & cert. ef. 10-15-02; OSMB 1-2006, f. & cert. ef. 3-28-06; OSMB 7-2006(Temp), f. 8-15-06, cert. ef. 9-5-06 thru 9-30-06; Administrative correction 10-16-06; OSMB 7-2007, f. & cert. ef. 7-2-07; OSMB 3-2008, f. 4-11-08, cert. ef. 4-26-08; OSMB 10-2012(Temp), f. 8-16-12, cert. ef. 8-19-12 thru 8-25-12; OSMB 11-2012(Temp), f. 8-24-12, cert. ef. 8-26-12 thru 8-31-12

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