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Mission statement

OCZMA serves local elected officials on the Oregon Coast.  OCZMA is a clearinghouse of objective information on issues relating to the Oregon Coast—this information is then shared with the state and federal government.  OCZMA conducts studies on the Oregon Coast's economy and carries out applied research to improve the standard of living in the region.  Through our extensive network of local government officials and many other partners, OCZMA gives voice to the concerns and needs of coastal residents.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Ocean Planning in Oregon (June 1, 2011)—Onno Husing, Director, OCZMA

Why do we need an Ocean Plan?  This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document discusses the ocean planning process within the state of Oregon.  This document is a work in progress and will be amended to reflect new circumstances and issues.

The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document can be downloaded below under Printable Reports.  Oregon's Statewide Planning Goal No. 19 can also be downloaded below under Printable Reports. 

Governor Kulongoski's Executive Order 07-08 of March 26, 2008 directing state agencies to protect coastal communities in siting marine reserves and wave energy projects, along with the State of Oregon's Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) of March 26, 2008 can also be downloaded below under Printable Reports.

On November 5, 2009, the Oregon Land Conservation & Development Commission (LCDC) approved changes to Part 5 of the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan as recommended by the Territorial Sea Plan Advisory Committee (TSPAC).  Part 5 of the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan as approved by LCDC can be downloaded below under Printable Reports. 

 

Printable Reports

Frequently Asked Questions About Ocean Planning in Oregon (Updated June 1, 2011)—Onno Husing, Director, OCZMA (November 2009)

Oregon's Statewide Planning Goal No. 19

Part 5-Oregon Territorial Sea Plan (Draft)—November 2009

Governor Ted Kulongoski's Executive Order 07-08 Directing State Agencies to Protect Coastal Communities in Siting Marine Reserves & Wave Energy Projects (March 26, 2008)

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the State of Oregon and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of March 26, 2008

  


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