The State of Oregon invites all individuals, organizations, and governments
to participate in this process so that all voices are heard!

Phase 2
Currently ongoing
 
 
 
How to Submit a Comment

(1)

Email written comment to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

(2)

Offer oral comment during a Working Group meeting
Public comment is scheduled into meeting agendas.
 
Meeting Protocol for Public Comment 
To allow the working group to have efficient discussions during meeting-
 
  • Public comment will only be accepted during pre-determined public comment agenda items (~15 minute at begining and end of meeting).
  • In the event an large number of individuals would like to comment, time will be divided to allow all parties an equal amount of time to speak.
  • Additional dialog and questioning between the working group and the commenting entity should be avoided to keep meetings on track. 

(3)

Offer comment during a formal comment period

Once the working group has a draft product, a public comment period will be opened.  Check back here or sign up for email updates to find out when the public comment periods will open. 

 
If you have a question or if your affiliated with a group requiring government consultation please contact the working group
chair person or staff.
 
Charlie Plybon (Chair) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Deanna Caracciolo (Staff) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
 

*Please note that due to the complexity of this process not all public comments may be incorporated into the final strategy.
     


Phase 1 (archive)

Phase 1 products (general rocky habitat management) have been adopted by the Land Conservation and Development Commission on May 24, 2019. 
The working group is continuing to draft Phase 2 updates (site-based management)

Read the approved document

Learn more about the Phase 1 document


2018 Public Scoping (archive)

 In Spring of 2018 DLCD staff conducted 9 public scoping meetings to gather initial information and public opinion on rocky shore issues and management

Learn more about the management plan:  What is the Territorial Sea Plan? 
 

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