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Oregon Bulletin

December 1, 2013

Oregon State Marine Board, Chapter 250

Rule Caption: Prohibits the use of internal combustion motor boats and sea planes on Waldo Lake.

Adm. Order No.: OSMB 6-2013

Filed with Sec. of State: 10-28-2013

Certified to be Effective: 11-1-13

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-2013

Rules Amended: 250-020-0221, 250-030-0030

Subject: These rules prohibit the use of combustion motor boats and the operation of sea planes on Waldo Lake in compliance with the 2013 Oregon Legislative Session statutory revisions.

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

250-020-0221

Boat Operations on Certain Waters in Lane County

(1) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of 5 MPH (“Slow-No Wake”) in the following areas:

(a) Triangle Lake: Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(b) Fern Ridge Lake:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(B) In the Coyote Creek Channel;

(C) Between shore and buoy line which extends southerly from the north shore to a point approximately 200 feet of the northern most Eugene Yacht Club mooring dock thence generally south and west approximately 200 feet of the docks to a point approximately 200 feet south of the Tri Pass Club mooring dock thence generally west to the southern tip of the Tri Pass Club dock as buoyed except for the buoyed corridor immediately south of the Eugene Yacht Club southernmost dock;

(D) South of the buoy line which extends easterly from a point approximately 100 yards north of the Perkins Boat Ramp to the adjacent shoreline;

(E) In the Main Long Tom River Channel.

(c) Dexter Dam Reservoir:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(B) Within 50 feet of the causeway crossing the reservoir.

(d) Lookout Point Reservoir:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(B) East of the Southern Pacific Railroad bridge.

(e) Dorena Dam Reservoir:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp.

(B) Southeast of a line between markers on Humphrey Point and the northeast shore.

(f) Cottage Grove Reservoir:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(B) South of a line between a marker on the east shore, near the Wilson Creek area, and on the west shore near Cedar Creek.

(g) Hills Creek Reservoir:

(A) Within 200 feet of a marked swimming area or a designated public launching ramp;

(B) On Packard Creek arm west of Rigdon Road (USFS Road #21);

(C) On Hills Creek south of the Hills Creek Crossing Bridge;

(D) On the Middle Fork, Willamette River south of the Rigdon Road (USFS #21) (Upper Crossing) Bridge;

(E) No person shall operate a motorboat for any purpose on Larison Creek arm west of Rigdon Road (USFS Road #21).

(h) Collard Lakes;

(i) Picket Lake;

(j) Munsel Lake — west of the line of marker buoys;

(k) Fall Creek Lake:

(A) Within 200 feet of a designated public launching ramp or marked swimming area;

(B) On Fall Creek upriver from the buoys located approximately 200 feet downstream of the Big Fall Creek Road;

(C) On Winberry Creek upriver from the buoys located approximately 1800 feet downstream of the Winberry Creek Road Bridge.

(l) Siltcoos Lake:

(A) Within 200 feet of a designated public launching ramp or marked swimming area;

(B) Between shore and buoy line at the mouth if Kiechle Arm beginning at a point at the east shoreline of Arrowhead Point and extending northerly approximately 900 yards to a point approximately 100 yards off shore of Camp Baker during the period of June 1 through September 30.

(C) In Miller Arm north of the buoy line, located at the entrance near Nightingales’ Fishing Camp, during the period of May 1 through September 31.

(2) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of 5 MPH on Leaburg Reservoir and the McKenzie River from the dam upstream to Good Pasture Bridge.

(3) No person shall operate a motorboat in excess of a “Slow-No Wake” speed within 300 feet of a boat launching ramp or a boat moorage on the following bodies of water (for purpose of this regulation, “Slow-No Wake” speed means the speed of a boat shall not exceed 5 MPH):

(a) Cougar Reservoir;

(b) Blue River Reservoir;

(c) Siuslaw River — between the river entrance and the highway bridge at Mapleton.

(4) No person shall operate a motorboat for any purpose on the following lakes: Scott, Melakwa, Hidden, Blair, Upper Erma Bell, Middle Erma Bell, Lower Erma Bell, Torrey, Whig, Wahanna, Rigdon, Lower Rigdon, Kiwa, Upper Eddeeleo, Round, Betty, and Alameda.

(5) No person shall operate a motorboat for any purpose in excess of 10 MPH on Munsel Lake east of the line of marker buoys, except from June 1 through September 30, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

(6) No person shall operate a motorboat on the McKenzie River above Good Pasture Bridge, except a representative of the Oregon State Police or the County Sheriff’s Office pursuant to a criminal investigation or search and rescue operation.

(7) No person shall operate a motorboat, except with an electric motor:

(a) In the Old Long Tom River Channel;

(b) On Fern Ridge Reservoir south of State Highway 126;

(c) On Hult Reservoir.

(8) No person shall operate a propeller-driven airboat or non-displacement hull type hovercraft in the following areas on Fern Ridge Reservoir where there is emergent vegetation present:

(a) Coyote Creek area — east of a line beginning at the West Coyote Creek bridge at Highway 126 extending north approximately one mile to a point near the mouth of Coyote Creek, then extending north approximately 1.4 miles to a point located approximately 100 yards off shore of the northwest corner of Gibson Island;

(b) Amazon Bay area — east of a line beginning at a point located approximately 100 yards off shore of the northwest corner of Gibson Island extending northeast approximately one mile to the Shore Lane access;

(c) South Marsh area — west of a line extending from a point on the shoreline at the southern boundary of Zumwalt Park near the end of Vista Drive extending southeast approximately one mile to a point on the shoreline at the tip of Perkins Peninsula;

(d) Long Tom Area — southwest of a line beginning at a point on the shore line at the end of Moyer Lane extending southeast approximately 0.9 miles to a point on the west shoreline of the Jeans Peninsula at the north end of Winter Lane.

(9) No person shall operate a motorboat north and east of a line across the entrance of Bannister Cove on Lookout Point Reservoir, as marked.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.175

Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.175

Hist.: MB 21, f. 8-23-63; MB 27, f. 6-3-65; MB 31, f. 6-20-66; MB 42, f. 12-3-68; MB 44, f. 8-21-69; MB 48, f. 6-28-71, ef. 7-25-71; MB 49, f. 8-14-72, ef. 9-1-72; MB 3-1979(Temp), f. & ef. 6-22-79; MB 5-1979, f. 7-31-79, ef. 8-1-79; Renumbered from 250-020-0131; MB 8-1981, f. & ef. 11-16-81; MB 5-1982, f. & ef. 6-1-82; MB 6-1982, f. & ef. 6-1-82; MB 15-1984, f. 11-30-84, ef. 12-1-84; MB 6-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-14-95; MB 9-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-29-96; OSMB 2-2000, f. & cert. ef. 7-14-00; OSMB 2-2001, f. & cert. ef. 1-25-01; OSMB 1-2008, f. & cert. ef. 1-15-08; OSMB 3-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-15-10; OSMB 9-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-6-10 thru 9-30-10; Administrative correction 10-26-10; OSMB 13-2010, f. & cert. ef 11-1-10; OSMB 5-2011(Temp), f. 3-28-11, cert. ef. 4-8-11 thru 4-11-11; Administrative correction, 4-25-11; [OSMB 10-2011(Temp). f. 6-30-11, cert. ef. 7-1-11 thru 10-1-11; OSMB 10-2011(Temp) Suspended by OSMB 11-2011(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-5-11 thru 10-1-11, Administrative correction, 8-25-11]; OSMB 4-2012(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-2-12 thru 4-30-12; OSMB 8-2012, f. 4-24-12, cert. ef. 5-1-12; OSMB 1-2013(Temp), f. 3-18-13, cert. ef. 4-12-13 thru 4-27-13; Administrative correction, 5-22-13; OSMB 6-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 11-1-13

250-030-0030

Regulations

The State Marine Board is authorized to carry out the provisions of the Federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (PL 90-542) and the State Scenic Waterways Act (ORS 390.805 to 390.925) under ORS 830.175 by regulating boat use through a permit system initiated by the Board. Authority to limit or prohibit motorboat use is also granted by this statute. The specific regulations which follow are adopted in accordance with these statutory provisions:

(1) In order to meet the goals and objectives of management and recreation plans for the subsequently named rivers, the State Marine Board will regulate commercial and noncommercial boat use, both for non-powered boats and for motorboats, by means of a permit system. On occasion the Board may find it necessary to establish interim boat use levels in order to protect the riverine environment and assure to the users a quality recreation experience. Such limits may be prescribed in those instances where, in the absence of river management or recreation plans, it finds it necessary to act to assure compliance with the objectives of appropriate federal and state laws.

(2) It is the policy of the State Marine Board to provide for equitable use of certain designated rivers by commercial and noncommercial boaters. A system of permits for all boaters, whether they plan to run a river as private individuals or as patrons of a commercial entrepreneur, may be initiated on controlled rivers when use approaches or exceeds approved levels or capacity.

(3) No person, other than a member of the Department of State Police, county sheriff, and governmental agencies of this state and the federal government having jurisdiction over the following described waters, shall use a motor for propelling a boat for any purpose on the following described waters, with the exceptions stated:

(a) Deschutes River:

(A) That portion bordering the Warm Springs Reservation, no motors year round. (ORS 830.180)

(B) Between the northern boundary of the Warm Springs Reservation and the mouth of Buckhollow Creek (downstream from Sherars Falls), no person shall operate a motorboat with the exception of ingress/egress by landowners under permit issued by the Board.

(C) Between the mouth of Buckhollow Creek and Macks Canyon Campground, no motors from June 15 to September 30, with the exception of ingress/egress by landowners under permit by the Board.

(D) Between Macks Canyon Campground and the Heritage Landing boat ramp, motors will be prohibited during alternating Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday periods commencing with the first Thursday to Sunday period that falls on or after June 15, continuing until September 30. No daily restrictions on motorized use from October 1 to June 14.

(E) Between Heritage Landing boat ramp and the confluence with the Columbia River, no prohibitions on motors, except for OAR 250-030-0041 rule for slow no wake, maximum 5 MPH.

(b) Illinois River — From Deer Creek downstream to Nancy Creek, which is located in the area immediately upstream of Oak Flat.

(c) John Day River — From State Highway 218 bridge at Clarno downstream to Tumwater Falls between May 1 and October 1.

(d) Minam River — From Minam Lake downstream to the Wallowa River.

(e) Owyhee River System:

(A) West Little Owyhee;

(B) North Fork Owyhee; and

(C) The mainstem Owyhee River above approximately river mile 70 at Pinnacle Rock, as marked.

(f) Rogue River — from Grave Creek downstream to the lowermost portion of Blossom Bar Rapids approximately 250 feet upstream of the top of Devil’s Staircase Rapids as marked, between May 15 and November 15.

(g) Sandy River — From Dodge Park downstream to Dabney State Park.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.175

Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.110 & 830.175

Hist.: MB 53, f. 9-25-73, ef. 1-1-74; MB 64, f. 2-18-75, ef. 3-11-75; MB 66, ef. 4-22-75(Temp), 5-11-75(Perm); MB 76, f. & ef. 5-27-76; MB 79, f. 1-20-77, ef. 5-27-77; MB 89, f. 12-27-77, ef. 1-1-78; MB 12-1984, f. 8-13-84, ef. 8-14-84; MB 12-1985, f. & ef. 7-31-85; MB 21-1985, f. & ef. 12-4-85; MB 3-1993, f. 2-4-93, cert. ef. 5-15-93; MB 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-23-94; MB 15-1996, f. & cert. ef. 12-4-96; MB 6-1997, f. & cert. ef. 5-30-97; OSMB 5-1998, f. & cert. ef. 4-3-98; OSMB 5-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 1-15-10 thru 6-30-10; OSMB 10-2010, f. & cert. ef. 5-6-10; OSMB 8-2012, f. 4-24-12, cert. ef. 5-1-12; OSMB 6-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 11-1-13


Rule Caption: Amend Division 014 to implement SB 26 statutory changes.

Adm. Order No.: OSMB 7-2013

Filed with Sec. of State: 10-28-2013

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-14

Notice Publication Date: 9-1-2013

Rules Amended: 250-014-0001, 250-014-0002, 250-014-0003, 250-014-0005

Subject: The rule amendments clarify the authority of the Marine Board to apply for federal Boating Infrastructure Grants and allows federal agencies to apply for Boating Facility Grants in compliance with the 2013 Oregon Legislative Session statutory changes. Minor clarifications to rule language were also made.

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

250-014-0001

Definitions

For the purposes of OAR 250-014-0001 to 250-014-0005, the following definitions shall apply:

(1) “Annual Maintenance” means routine maintenance and operation activities performed by the participant during the one-year allocation period.

(2) “Biennium” means the 24-month period beginning July 1 of each odd numbered year and ending June 30 of the next odd numbered year.

(3) “Board” means the State Marine Board.

(4) “Boarding Float” means a floating structure on or adjacent to a launch ramp that provides temporary short term use for loading or off- loading from a boat. Floats are normally 6 to 8 feet wide.

(5) “Boating Facility Grant Program” means the program authorized by ORS 830.150. Funds are available for the acquisition, development and rehabilitation of public boating facilities available to, and ordinarily used by, motorized boats.

(6) “Boating Infrastructure Grants Program” (BIG) means the federal program authorized by 50 CFR Part 80 and ORS 830.150. Funds are available for the development and rehabilitation of non-home port transient tie-up facilities at public and private facilities used principally by non-trailered recreational boats.

(7) “Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Grant Program” means the federal program authorized by 50 CFR Part 85 and ORS 830.150. Clean Vessel Act grants can be used to develop, refurbish, or maintain floating restrooms and vessel waste collection systems ordinarily used by recreational boats at public and private boating facilities.

(8) “Director” means the State Marine Board Director.

(9) “Fiscal Year” means the twelve-month period beginning July 1 of any year and ending June 30 of the next year.

(10) “Floating Restroom” means a floating structure moored in open water that is not connected to shore and provides toilet facilities to boaters.

(11) “Grounds” includes the area at or immediately adjacent to an improved boating facility where garbage pickup and maintenance of turf, vegetation, trees/shrubs, bank stabilization and small picnic areas occurs.

(12) “Improved Public Boating Facility” means developed public facilities with hard surface launch ramps, boarding floats, parking areas, access roads, restrooms, grounds, transient tie-up floats or vessel waste collection facilities.

(13) “Launch Ramp” is an inclined hard surface consisting of asphalt or concrete used to launch and retrieve boats. A launch ramp consists of one or more launch lanes. Each launch lane is normally 15 to 20 feet wide.

(14) “Maintenance Assistance Program” (MAP), means funding assistance to eligible public participants for the routine maintenance and operations of improved public boating facilities.

(15) “Mixed Use Site” means a boating facility where annual use is mixed (31%-69%) between motorized (or registered) and non-motorized (or non-registered boats).

(16) “Motorized Use Site” means a boating facility where annual use by motorized (or registered) boats is 70% or more of all boat use.

(17) “Non-Motorized Use Site” means a boating facility where the annual use by motorized (or registered) boats is 30% or less of all boat use.

(18) “Off-Season” means the six-month period of lowest motorized (or registered) boat use generally the period from October 15 to April 15.

(19) “Parking Area” means a developed gravel or asphalt surface with a least six boat trailer spaces (10’ x 40’) and two single car spaces (10’ x 20’) associated with a launch ramp. This includes any required accessible parking spaces.

(20) “Participant” means any public or private party that qualifies to receive funds from the Boating Facility Grant Program or Maintenance Assistance Program and voluntarily participates in either program.

(21) “Peak Season” means the three month period of heaviest boat use generally the period from June 1 to August 31.

(22) “Public Boating Facility Grant Project” means a project to develop, improve, rehabilitate or replace public boating facilities or to acquire property for the development of an improved boating facility.

(23) “Private Boating Facility Grant Project” means a project to develop, improve, rehabilitate or replace private marina facility vessel waste collection systems and transient tie-up facilities that are available/open for public use.

(24) “Public Boating Facility” or “Public Marine Facility” means public launch ramps, parking, boarding floats, transient tie-up facilities, restrooms, access roads, floating restrooms, vessel waste collection systems, signing and water markers, potable water systems and related facilities for the use and convenience of the boating public.

(25) “Private Marine Facility” or “Private Marina Facility” means private facilities that have the capability to provide vessel waste collection systems or transient tie-up facilities that are open and available for public use.

(26) “Public Project Sponsor,” “Eligible Public Participants,” or “Public Entity” means cities, counties, park and recreation districts, port districts and state or federal agencies that own and or operate public boating facilities as specified in these rules.

(27) “Private Project Sponsor,” “Eligible Private Participants,” or “Private Entity” means any individual firm, corporation, association, partnership, consortium, joint venture, industry, or any other nonpublic entity that operates a marina facility as specified in these rules.

(28) “Restroom” means all types of landside facilities used to collect human waste to include flush, vault, composting and portable toilets. A restroom may include one or more stalls (urinal or toilet).

(29) “Routine Maintenance” means all types of ordinary maintenance activities completed on a regular basis (daily, weekly or monthly).

(30) “Shoulder Season” means the three month period of moderate boat use generally the period from April 15 to May 31 and September 1 to October 15.

(31) “Transient Tie-Up” means a floating structure at least 100 feet in length used for short term boat tie-up and broadside tie-up or space for mooring at least six non-trailered boats. Transient tie-up does not include tenant based moorage or facilities that allow stays longer than ten consecutive days.

(32) “Use Fee” means any form of user fee charged to boaters for access or use of a boating facility. This includes day use, launch, parking, tie-up or any other general entrance or use fee.

(33) “Vessel Waste Collection System” means all types of stationary or portable systems that pump or remove human waste from a recreational boat holding tank or portable potties. This includes pumpouts, dump stations, related forward sewage lift stations, necessary floats, piles, and gangways, and related facilities.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.150

Stats. Implemented ORS 830.150

Hist.: MB 18-1985, f. & ef. 10-21-85; MB 11-1987, f. 5-20-87, ef. 6-1-87; MB 12-1987, f. & ef. 6-15-87; MB 7-1992, f. & cert. ef. 5-15-92; MB 8-1995, f. & cert. ef. 11-6-95; OSMB 6-1998, f. & cert. ef. 4-15-98; OSMB 8-2001, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-01; OSMB 10-2006, f. 11-22-06, cert. ef. 7-1-07; OSMB 6-2012, f. 4-20-12, cert. ef 5-1-12; OSMB 7-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14

250-014-0002

Eligibility

(1) The Boating Facility Grant Program is available to eligible public project sponsors.

(2) The Clean Vessel Act and Boating Infrastructure Grant programs are available to eligible public and private project sponsors.

(3) The Maintenance Assistance Program is available to eligible public project sponsors excluding federal agencies.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.150

Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.150

Hist.: MB 18-1985, f. & ef. 10-21-85; MB 11-1987, f. 5-20-87, ef. 6-1-87; MB 12-1987, f. & ef. 6-15-87; MB 7-1992, f. & cert. ef. 5-15-92; MB 8-1995, f. & cert. ef. 11-6-95; OSMB 6-1998, f. & cert. ef. 4-15-98; OSMB 8-2001, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-01; OSMB 10-2006, f. 11-22-06, cert. ef. 7-1-07; OSMB 7-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14

250-014-0003

Boating Facility Grant Program

(1) Program Description:

(a) The Board is authorized by ORS 830.150(2)(a) to provide funds for the construction, rehabilitation, and replacement of boating facilities. The program can provide for the acquisition of property and related development projects such as ramps, parking, potable water, sanitation, docks, and other facilities for the convenience and safety of recreational boaters. The Board may adopt other policies, guidelines, and procedure manuals as necessary to implement these rules. The funds are available to eligible participants on a full grant or matching basis. Applicants are strongly encouraged to provide some form of matching funds. This will enhance a project’s potential for funding. The applicant’s match may be a hard match of cash or a soft match of “in-kind” materials or services such as project administration, design, engineering, force-account labor and permit fees specifically related to the Boating Facility Grant as set forth in the Procedure Guide. Eligible permit fees include application fees for US Army Corps of Engineers and Department of State Lands section 404 and section 10 permits, other state and local government permit fees required for construction or other activities associated with the grant, but not system development charges, impact fees, and general government overhead charges, or waterway leases and licenses associated with ownership of property.

(b) In granting funds, ORS 830.150(2)(a), requires the Board to give first priority to applications for facilities designed to control water pollution or otherwise enhance water quality, including but not limited to, pumping stations for recreational boat holding tanks, and to those other facilities for which there appears the greatest public need. Funds may also be granted for removal of obsolete and abandoned dock or mooring facilities, if these constitute a boating or navigational hazard.

(c) Applications for grants may be submitted by:

(A) Cities;

(B) Counties;

(C) Park and Recreation Districts;

(D) Port Districts;

(E) State Agencies; and

(F) Federal Agency participants such as U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and the Corps of Engineers.

(d) Prior to issuing any grant, the Board shall hold a public hearing in the area where a facility is to be constructed or land acquired if, in the judgment of the Board, use of the facility would stimulate significant change in the character of the recreational use of the waters.

(e) Cities, counties, park and recreation districts, port districts, and state or federal agencies that have developed long-range plans for development of boating facilities are encouraged to file a copy with the State Marine Board.

(2) Procedures:

(a) Pre-Application: Prior to submitting an application for a Marine Board boating facility grant, the applicant should contact the Marine Board for a pre-application conference to discuss the proposed project. This will provide applicants with an opportunity to ask any questions regarding the grant program, and will permit the Marine Board staff to assist the applicant in the early planning stages of a project. Requests for application forms, guidance, and assistance may be obtained from: Boating Facilities Section, Oregon State Marine Board.

(b) Application: When an applicant for a grant has completed the planning phase, application shall be made to the Board on such forms as described in the Procedure Guide. A complete application must include the following enclosures:

(A) Completed original application form.

(B) A resolution or statement from the governing body authorizing the project.

(C) Certification from the local city or county planning agency that the project is in compliance with local comprehensive plans and zoning ordinances or not subject to local plans and ordinances.

(D) The following supporting documents must be submitted:

(i) Location map of the city or county, showing geographic reference location of the project.

(ii) A vicinity map showing the entire facility, boundaries, geographical features and land use adjacent to the project.

(iii) A site plan showing the area to be developed with this grant. All items should be clearly labeled on the plan as existing or proposed development. The plan should show appropriate dimensions to scale.

(iv) Photographs of the existing project site. These should be sufficient to show major site features and any special characteristics. (An aerial photo is desirable if available).

(v) A preliminary cost estimate, with calculations and quantities, including all proposed facilities and work tasks. Where marine facilities are only a portion of the total project cost, indicate the boating related facilities to be developed with Marine Board funds.

(vi) Preliminary Plans of all proposed structures, including a plan view (top) and elevation view (side) of each proposed structure.

(vii) Third Party Agreements including copies of leases, special use permits, or intergovernmental agreements if the applicant manages but does not own the project site. If applicable, a cooperative agreement between the eligible applicant and a third party participant outlining scope and nature of the project should be included.

(viii) A description and chronology of notice given to the public of the application or proposed project and the opportunities for public input and the comments received.

(E) If lands are to be acquired, complete information pertaining to description, present ownership, appraised value, etc. is required.

(F) For all applications, a brief Environmental Checklist describing the anticipated environmental impacts of the project is required.

(G) For certain projects, various regulatory permits, leases, licenses, certifications, and plan reviews must be obtained. It is the responsibility of the applicant to secure the necessary clearances prior to implementing any project. The applicant shall indicate to the Board the status of any such permits, etc., as part of its application.

(H) The Board will not consider incomplete applications.

(c) Notice to Applicants: Following Board consideration, the applicant shall be advised in writing of the Board’s decision. If a denial is made based on the protection of water quality, specific notice shall be provided indicating the point or points of the plan which are inadequate ORS 830.150(4).

(d) Approval of Boating Facility Grant: In order to approve a Boating Facility Grant, the Board shall assure that the project complies with the statewide planning goals and is compatible with applicable acknowledged comprehensive plans by following the procedures set out in the Board’s state agency coordination program adopted pursuant to ORS 197.180.

(e) Approved Boating Facility Grants: Following Board approval of a Boating Facility Grant, a special cooperative agreement shall be entered into between the applicant and the Board. This agreement shall describe the responsibilities of both participants. Failure by the applicant to execute the grant agreement within 90 calendar days of project approval by the Board may result in the cancellation of the Boating Facility Grant.

(f) Completion and Final Reimbursement: Upon completion of the project, the sponsor shall notify the Board. A final billing with cost documentation shall be provided to the Board. After a satisfactory review of billing documents and final inspection by Marine Board staff, final reimbursement will be authorized.

(g) Boating Facilities Grant Procedure Guide: The Procedure Guide, adopted by the Board shall set forth policies, application form, billing form and sample cooperative agreement for use by all eligible participants.

(h) Boating Facility Grant Availability: Boating Facility Grants are available each biennial period as prescribed by the Board. Large projects may be phased in over a period of years or bienniums to maximize leverage, distribution and availability of funds. Notice of grant fund availability will be given once to all interested applicants on or about February 15 for the ensuing new biennial period.

(3) Priorities:

(a) The Board shall provide grants for boating facilities as the need for facilities appear to the Board as authorized by ORS 830.150(1).

(b) Since funding for the program is derived from boat registration fees and state motorboat gas tax, the highest priorities will go to projects that serve registered motorboats and sailboats.

(c) When applications for grants exceed funds available, the Marine Board will, pursuant to ORS 830.150(2), consider the results of the Boating Survey conducted in accordance with ORS 830.115 in determining areas of greatest need. The Statewide Six Year Boating Facilities Plan, prepared under ORS 830.110(6), with input from cities, counties, park districts, port districts, state and federal agencies, shall also be used to guide the allocation of funds to priority needs.

(d) The Board in its Procedure Guide shall prescribe specific ranking criteria for grant applications. The Board may convene an advisory committee to assist in the review grant project requests.

(4) Policies:

(a) It is the policy of the Board to encourage applicants to make use of matching funds. As a part of this policy, applicants will be encouraged to seek other sources of matching monies or provide some form of local matching contribution. This local matching contribution may be a “hard” match of cash and a “soft” match of “in-kind” materials or services such as project administration, design, engineering, force account labor, and permit fees specifically related to the Boating Facility Grant. The Board recognizes that, in some instances, this local matching contribution may be beyond the applicant’s capabilities. In such cases, the Board may provide a grant covering the full eligible costs. The availability of matching funds or local participation, while not the primary factor in considering a grant application will be examined as one aspect of the project in the decision-making process. The Board in its Procedure Guides shall develop a general policy on applicant matching funds.

(b) Grants will be limited to actual certified expenditures for materials, equipment, labor, and services directly related to construction. Applicants are encouraged to supply “in-house” administration, labor, equipment and services as a form of match to the Marine Board grant. “In-kind” participation shall be documented to the maximum extent possible.

(c) The Board requires project sponsors to place a credit sign at facilities developed with a Marine Board grant. This sign shall indicate that the facility was developed with assistance from the Marine Board. The credit sign shall also recognize grant funding received through the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services Clean Vessel Act, Boating Infrastructure, or Sport Fish Restoration programs, or other funding sources as appropriate. The cost of design, fabrication and installation is an eligible cost and may be included in the construction contract. The sponsor shall place the required sign in a suitable location at the facility.

(d) In determining approval of the grants, the Board will give priority to those facilities providing free services to the general public.

(e) Marine Board staff will, within budgetary limitations, inspect each proposed facility site with the grant applicant prior to Board consideration of any grant. On-site visits shall be made to assure that the facts presented in the application are correct and to furnish Board members such additional data as may be desired. A final inspection will, within budgetary limitations, also be made prior to the final grant reimbursement.

(f) Grant applications must be received 30 calendar days or more prior to scheduled State Marine Board meetings to be considered by the Board. Applicants should contact the Boating Facilities Section Manager concerning grant application deadlines and availability of funds.

(g) At the discretion and direction of the Board, the Director may be authorized each biennium to approve small grants up to $10,000 for minor public boating facility improvements not to exceed $20,000 in total cost. The Board may limit the total amount of funds available for small grants each biennium. Applicants eligible to receive Boating Facilities Grants may apply for small grants by letter from the governing body of the applicant, addressed to the Director and accompanied by appropriate supporting information sufficient to describe the proposed project, including a drawing or plan of the site and proposed improvements, photographs, and a cost estimate or written cost quote from a qualified contractor or vendor. Small grants may not be used for routine maintenance activities that are eligible under the Maintenance Assistance Program. The Director may waive all or part of the standard cooperative agreement for small grants. At each regularly scheduled Board meeting, the Director will report on the status of all authorized small grants.

(h) It is the policy of the Board to require that projects be completed within a biennial budget period or less from the date of grant approval. Exceptions may be allowed by the Director if warranted by extraordinary circumstances. The Director is authorized to approve project time extensions up to 90 days, provided this is reported to the Board or as provided by state rule.

(i) Partial reimbursement can be made based upon percentage of project completion with submittal of appropriate documentation (invoices, receipts, photographs, etc.). Final reimbursement will be forwarded upon receipt and approval of appropriate final billing documentation, and a satisfactory final inspection by Board staff. Project sponsors must inform the staff of any alterations to the project, and should provide an early indication of any possible cost overruns or delays which will necessitate a time extension beyond the two year limit.

(j) Except as provided in the Consent Agenda Grant Consideration Policy applicants shall attend the Marine Board meeting at which their facility grant request is being considered. The Marine Board staff shall inform applicants as to the date, time, and location of the Board meeting. Failure to appear at the meeting may result in a deferral of the grant request. The Director may waive this requirement for smaller projects or if special conditions prevent the applicant from being present.

(k) Reimbursement will not be made for projects initiated or completed prior to approval by the Board and federal granting agency. Recognizing that emergencies may arise necessitating quick action, applicants with emergencies should contact the Boating Facilities Section Manager for instructions before initiating any improvements.

(l) Grants will not be approved for the routine maintenance of facilities (e.g., cleaning, litter pickup, lawn care, painting, etc.). These items may be eligible for funding through the Maintenance Assistance Program.

(m) The Director is authorized to approve minor cost overruns (less than $10,000). Applicants must notify the Board of possible cost overruns prior to incurring them in order to be eligible for possible reimbursement.

(n) In submitting the Grant Application and by execution of the Cooperative Grant Agreement the Applicant certifies that all developments will occur on property owned, leased or controlled by Applicant during the term of the agreement. All property or facilities developed with Facilities Grant funds must be dedicated for public use and maintained for a period not less than twenty (20) years. In the event the applicant fails to maintain the facility, or converts the use of the facility, the applicant shall promptly reimburse the Board for all improvement costs provided by the Board.

(o) All projects must comply with “Uniform Sign Guidelines” as published by the Board. All launch ramp facilities developed with Marine Board funds must have at least one uniform boat ramp sign placed on roads leading to the facility in order to direct the public.

(p) All projects must be designed and engineered by a registered engineer or architect unless completed using force account labor or otherwise provided by law. This will assure the applicant and the Board that proper and necessary provisions are being met with respect to public health, life and safety through the best use of materials and labor at a minimal cost.

(q) A publication by the Board titled “Design Guidelines for Recreational Boating Facilities” provides basic technical specifications and design criteria for the development of facility grant projects. All projects must comply with these guidelines or other approved methods.

(r) Applicants shall forward one copy of the final plans and specifications to the Board for review, prior to procuring any contractor, material supplier or commencing any work at the project site. Marine Board staff will notify applicants of plan approval, at which time they may commence implementation of the approved plan.

(s) The Board has the capability to provide some design-engineering services for grant applicants. Requests for technical engineering assistance should be directed to the Boating Facilities Section Manager.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.150

Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.150

Hist.: MB 18-1985, f. & ef. 10-21-85; MB 11-1987, f. 5-20-87, ef. 6-1-87; MB 12-1987, f. & ef. 6-15-87; MB 4-1988, f. 4-21-88, cert. ef. 5-15-88; MB 7-1992, f. & cert. ef. 5-14-92; MB 9-1994, f. & cert. ef. 8-5-94; MB 8-1995, f. & cert. ef. 11-6-95; OSMB 6-1998, f. & cert. ef. 4-15-98; OSMB 8-2001, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-01; OSMB 10-2006, f. 11-22-06, cert. ef. 7-1-07; OSMB 7-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14

250-014-0005

Vessel Waste Collection and Boating Infrastructure Grant Program

(1) Program Descriptions:

(a) The Board is authorized to provide federal Clean Vessel Act and Boating Infrastructure Grant funds made available through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in the form of grants in accordance with ORS 830.137 for the construction, rehabilitation or replacement of facilities, such as vessel waste collection systems, transient tie-ups and related support facilities.

(b) Federal Clean Vessel Act and Boating Infrastructure Grant funds are provided to the Board contingent on availability and approval by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Federal Clean Vessel Act and Boating Infrastructure Grant funds require at least a 25% non-federal match. For Clean Vessel Act projects, the required non-federal matching funds are generally provided by the Board. All participants must agree to comply with any and all federal funding requirements including but not limited to compliance with the Single Audit Act. federal OMB Circular A-133.

(c) Clean Vessel Act Grant Funds may be used for the construction/renovation of pumpouts, dump stations and floating restrooms.

(d) Clean Vessel Act Grant Funds may not be used for the construction/renovation of upland restroom facilities; or the construction/renovation, operation and maintenance of onsite sewage treatment plants such as package treatment plants and septic systems, or municipal sewage treatment plants for primary and secondary treatment.

(e) Boating Infrastructure Grant funds may be used for the construction/renovation of docks and piers, gangways, fixed and floating breakwaters, debris booms, vessel waste collection systems, utilities and restrooms that principally support tie-up facilities serving non-trailered boats.

(f) Boating Infrastructure Grant funds may not be used for the construction/renovation of any trailered boat facilities, routine maintenance activities, dry stack storage, annual, seasonal or homeport moorage or other related facilities.

(g) Cities, counties, parks and recreation districts, port districts, state agencies, federal agency participants such as U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, the Corps of Engineers and private project sponsors are eligible to submit applications for grants.

(2) Procedures:

(a) Pre Application:

(A) Cities, counties, park and recreation districts, port districts, state and federal agencies and private project sponsors that have developed long-range plans for development of boating facilities are encouraged to file a copy with the State Marine Board.

(B) Prior to submitting an application for a Marine Board facility grant, the applicant should contact the Marine Board for a pre-application conference to discuss the proposed project. This will provide applicants with an opportunity to ask any questions regarding the grant program, and will permit the Marine Board staff to assist the applicant in the early planning stages of a project. Requests for application forms, guidance, and assistance may be obtained from: Boating Facilities Section, Oregon State Marine Board.

(C) The Public Boating Facility Grant Procedure Guide, adopted by the Board shall set forth policies, application form and sample cooperative agreement for use by all eligible public participants.

(D) The Private Grant Procedure Guide shall set forth polices, application form and sample cooperative agreement for use by all eligible private participants.

(b) Application: When an applicant for a grant has completed the planning phase, application shall be made to the Board on such forms and manner as described in the Public or Private Procedure Guide. The application must include the following enclosures:

(A) A completed original application form and enclosures.

(B) For Public Project Sponsors, a resolution or statement from the governing body authorizing the project.

(C) For Private Project Sponsors, a statement from the legal owner, corporation or entity authorizing the project.

(D) Permits and Environmental Assessment:

(i) Certification is from the local city or county planning agency that the project is in compliance with local comprehensive plans and zoning ordinances or statement that the project is not subject to these.

(ii) For certain projects, various regulatory permits, leases, licenses, certifications, and plan reviews must be obtained. It is the responsibility of the applicant to secure the necessary clearances prior to implementing any project. The applicant shall indicate to the Board the status of any such permits, etc., as part of its application.

(iii) For all projects, a brief Environmental Checklist describing the anticipated environmental impacts of the project is required.

(E) The following planning attachments must be submitted:

(i) Location map of the city or county, showing geographic reference location of the project.

(ii) Vicinity map showing entire facility, boundaries, geographical features and land use adjacent to the project.

(iii) Site Plan showing the area to be developed with the grant. All items should be clearly labeled on the plan as existing or proposed development including dimensions to scale.

(iv) Photographs of the existing project site. These should be sufficient to show major site features and any special characteristics. (An aerial photo is desirable if available).

(v) A preliminary cost estimate, with calculations and quantities, including all proposed facilities and work tasks. For projects where proposed boating facilities are only a portion of the total cost, the estimate must indicate the boating related facilities to be developed with Marine Board funds.

(vi) Preliminary Plans of all proposed structures, including a plan view (top) and elevation view (side) of each proposed structure.

(vii) Third Party Agreements including copy of leases, special use permits, or intergovernmental agreements if the applicant manages but does not own the project site. If applicable, a cooperative agreement between the eligible applicant and a third party participant outlining scope and nature of the project should be included.

(viii) A description and chronology of notice given to the public of the application or proposed project and the opportunities for public input and the comments received.

(c) Application Evaluation:

(A) Marine Board staff shall evaluate each and every complete grant application using evaluation criteria as established by the Board.

(B) Marine Board staff shall prepare a report and funding recommendation for the Board. A copy of this report will be forwarded to the applicant prior to the Board meeting when the application will be considered.

(C) Incomplete applications will not be considered by the Board.

(D) Board Consideration:

(a) Except as provided in the Consent Agenda Grant Consideration Policy applicants shall plan to attend the Marine Board meeting at which their facility grant request is being considered. The Marine Board staff shall inform applicants as to the date, time, and location of the Board meeting. Failure to appear at the meeting may result in a deferral of the grant request. The Director may waive this requirement for smaller projects or if special conditions prevent the applicant from being present.

(b) Following Board consideration, the applicant shall be advised in writing of the Board’s decision. If a denial is made based on the protection of water quality, specific notice shall be provided indicating the point or points of the plan which are inadequate (ORS 830.150(4)).

(c) Prior to issuing any grant, the Board shall hold a public hearing in the area where a facility is to be constructed or land acquired if, in the judgment of the Board, use of the facility would stimulate significant change in the character of the recreational use of the waters.

(d) In order to approve a Facility Grant, the Board shall assure that the project complies with the statewide planning goals and is compatible with applicable acknowledged comprehensive plans by following the procedures set out in the Board’s state agency coordination program adopted pursuant to ORS 197.180.

(E) Approved Projects:

(a) Following Board approval of a grant, a special cooperative agreement shall be entered into between the applicant and the Board. This agreement shall describe the responsibilities of all parties. Failure by the applicant to execute the grant agreement within 90 calendar days of project approval by the Board may result in the cancellation of the grant.

(b) The Board requires that projects be completed within a biennial budget period or less from the date of grant approval. Exceptions may be allowed by the Director if warranted by extraordinary circumstances. The Director is authorized to approve project time extensions up to 90 days, provided this is reported to the Board.

(F) Project Closeouts:

(a) The public or private project sponsor shall notify the Board of projection completion. A final billing with cost documentation shall be provided to the Board. After a satisfactory review of billing documentation and final inspection by Marine Board staff, final reimbursement will be authorized.

(B) Upon final approval and inspection by the Marine Board staff, ownership of all facilities (and components) developed with partial or full grant funds shall remain with the public or private project sponsor subject to the terms of the Cooperative Agreement.

(3) Priorities:

(A) Funding:

(a) The funds are available to eligible participants on a full grant or matching basis.

(b) In granting funds, the Board shall give first priority to applications for public facilities and to those facilities which appear to have the greatest public need as determined by the Marine Board.

(c) Grant funds are available each biennial period as prescribed by the Board. Large projects may be phased in over a period of years or bienniums to maximize leverage, distribution and availability of funds.

(d) Notice of grant fund availability will be given once to all interested applicants on or about February 15 for the ensuing new biennial period.

(B) Need:

(a) The Board shall provide grants for Marine facilities as the need for facilities appear to the Board ORS 830.150(2).

(b) When applications for grants exceed funds available, the Marine Board will, pursuant to ORS 830.150(2), consider the results of the Boating Survey conducted in accordance with ORS 830.115 in determining areas of greatest need. The Statewide Six Year Boating Facilities Plan, prepared under ORS 830.110(6), with input from cities, counties, park districts, port districts, state and federal agencies, and private project sponsors, shall also be used to guide the allocation of funds for boat waste collection facilities.

(c) The Board’s Public and Private Procedures Guides shall prescribe specific ranking criteria and project priorities.

(4) Policies:

(A) Matching Funds:

(a) It is the policy of the Board to encourage applicants to make use of matching funds. As a part of this policy, applicants will be encouraged to seek other sources of matching monies or to provide some form of matching contribution. This public or private matching contribution may be a “hard” match of cash or a “soft” match may consist of “in-kind’ materials such as project administration, design, engineering, force account labor, permit fees exclusively related to the eligible grant component, and in the case of private participants long term maintenance costs. The Board recognizes that, in some instances, this matching contribution may be beyond the applicant’s capabilities. In such cases, the Board may provide a grant covering the full eligible project costs.

(b) Grants will be limited to actual certified expenditures for materials, equipment, labor, and services directly related to construction. Applicants are encouraged to supply “in-house” administrative, design, labor, equipment and engineering services as a form of match to the Marine Board grant. “In-kind” participation shall be documented to the maximum extent possible.

(B) Fees:

(a) Since the Board intends to provide the majority of capital development costs in the form of grants, public and private project sponsors shall not charge any type of user fee for the use of vessel waste collection facilities during the term of the Agreement.

(b) To encourage public use, all public and private vessel waste collection facilities developed in whole or in part by grant funds shall be available free for public use during the term of the Agreement.

(c) Approval must be obtained by the Board prior to charging any user fees for all facilities funded by Boating Infrastructure Grant funds. Any fees charged shall be reasonable and based on the prevailing rate charged by other public and private facilities in the area.

(C) Signs:

(a) The Board requires public and private project sponsors to place a credit sign at facilities developed with a Marine Board grant. The use of any federal Clean Vessel Act or Boating Infrastructure Grant funds requires placement of a credit sign at the facility indicating use of federal funds.

(b) The sponsor shall place a standard logo pumpout or dump station sign at each facility developed with federal Clean Vessel Act grant funds.

(c) The cost of design, fabrication and installation of required signs is an eligible cost and may be included in the construction contract.

(D) Applications:

(a) Grant applications must be received 30 calendar days or more prior to scheduled State Marine Board meetings to be considered by the Board. Applicants should contact the Boating Facilities Section Manager concerning grant application deadlines and availability of funds.

(b) Applications will be considered by the Board at regular or special meetings as determined by the Board. Funding periods (rounds) shall be established on or about February 15 for the ensuing new biennium period. Notice will be given to any interested applicant.

(E) Public Use and Access:

(a) All vessel waste collection and transient tie-up facilities developed with Boating Facility Grant funds must be open and available for public use. Reasonable hours of operation may be prescribed if necessary. The facility may be closed for short periods to protect against cold weather damage.

(b) Public and private project sponsors shall agree to provide unrestricted and unencumbered access to the general public by either land or water to vessel waste collection facilities or Boating Infrastructure Grant facilities developed in whole or part with Facility Grants or federal funds.

(F) Cooperative Agreements:

(a) Public and private project sponsors shall enter into an agreement with the Board in the manner and form prescribed by the Board. This agreement, which outlines the terms and conditions of funding and other obligations by all parties, must be executed by the Director and the project sponsor prior to commencing any project work. Failure by the applicant and to execute the agreement within 90 calendar days of project approval by the Board may result in the cancellation of the grant.

(b) The term of the Cooperative agreement for Vessel Waste Collection Systems shall be 10 years and Boating Infrastructure Grant facilities shall be 20 years, the assumed average useful life span of these facilities.

(c) The public or private project sponsor shall provide ordinary and routine maintenance activities during the term of this agreement.

(d) The public or private sponsor shall agree to allow unencumbered facility access to the Board or its authorized agents during the term of the Cooperative Agreement.

(e) Funding recipients shall maintain accurate records on the expenditure of project funds, provide the Board with these records consistent with the agreement and upon request, and permit the Board to audit the use of grant funds in accordance with generally accepted audit practices and standards.

(f) Private project sponsors are not required to follow State of Oregon Public Contract Laws but must procure goods and services at reasonable cost and avoid any favoritism with contractors, vendors or suppliers.

(g) In the event the public or private project sponsor fails to maintain the facility or converts the use of the facility, the public or private project sponsor shall reimburse the Board for all grant funds provided by the Board.

(G) Operation and Maintenance:

(a) Grants will not be approved for the routine maintenance of facilities.

(b) Private Project Sponsors -- Since the Board intends to provide the majority of all capital development costs in the form of grants, the private project sponsor shall agree to furnish long term ordinary and routine operation and maintenance costs as “match” to the project. Annual usage reports will be submitted to the Marine Board in the manner and form described.

(H) Engineering and Design Criteria:

(a) All projects must be designed and engineered by a registered engineer or architect unless completed using force account labor or otherwise provided by law. This will assure the applicant and the Board that proper and necessary provisions are being met with respect to public health, life and safety through the best use of materials and labor at a minimal cost.

(b) Applicants shall forward one copy of the final plans and specifications to the Marine Board staff for review, prior to procuring any contractor or material supplier or commencing any work at the project site. Marine Board staff will notify applicants of plan approval, at which time they may commence implementation of the approved plan.

(c) The Marine Board staff has the capability to provide some design-engineering services for grant applicants. Requests for technical engineering assistance should be directed to the Boating Facilities Section Manager.

(d) A publication by the Board titled Vessel Waste Collection System Guidelines or Layout and Design Guidelines for Recreational Boat Launching and Transient Tie-up Facilities provides basic technical specifications and design criteria for the development of facility grant projects. All projects must comply with these guidelines or other approved methods.

(I) Payments and Inspection:

(a) Partial reimbursement can be made monthly based upon percentage of project completion with submittal of appropriate documentation (invoices, receipts, photographs, etc.). Final reimbursement will be forwarded upon receipt and approval of appropriate final billing documentation, and a satisfactory final inspection by Board staff;

(b) Project sponsors must inform the staff of any alterations to the project, and should provide an early indication of any possible cost overruns or delays which will necessitate a time extension beyond the two year limit;

(c) Reimbursement will not be made for projects initiated or completed prior to approval by the Board and federal granting agency. Recognizing that emergencies may arise, necessitating quick action, applicants with emergencies should contact the Boating Facilities Section Manager for instructions before initiating any improvements;

(d) The Director is authorized to approve minor cost overruns (not to exceed $10,000). Project sponsors must notify the Board of possible overruns prior to incurring them in order to be eligible for possible reimbursement;

(e) Marine Board staff will, within budgetary limitations, inspect each proposed facility site with the grant applicant prior to Board consideration of any grant. A final inspection will, within budgetary limitations, also be made by Marine Board staff prior to the final grant reimbursement;

(f) On-site visits by Marine Board staff shall be made to assure that the facts presented in the application are correct, to furnish Board members such additional data as may be desired, to inspect work in progress, and to perform final project inspections. The public or private project sponsor or third party participant shall agree to give the Board and its authorized agents unrestricted access to the project at all times during the term of the Cooperative Agreement.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 830.110 & 830.150

Stats. Implemented: ORS 830.150

Hist.: MB 8-1995, f. & cert. ef. 11-6-95; OSMB 6-1998, f. & cert. ef. 4-15-98; OSMB 8-2001, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-01; OSMB 10-2006, f. 11-22-06, cert. ef. 7-1-07; OSMB 7-2013, f. 10-28-13, cert. ef. 1-1-14

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