Recovery Services Section Adult and Family Services Division Department of Human Resources 260 Liberty Street N.E. Salem, OR 97310 (503) 378-5567 FAX: (503) 391-5526 1-800-850-0228* 1-800-850-0294*(Rotary)
Reportedly, one of the most beautiful states in the entire United States. Oregon's many rivers and lakes contributed names for many Nike sport sandals and hiking boots. Its cities include the Portland suburb of Beaverton, possibly the center of the sneaker universe.
No requirements. Current program: Centralized, state-run, test-only, basic I/M program on a biennial basis in Portland and Medford. Proposed: Centralized, state-run, test-only, enhanced I/M program with biennial inspections in the Portland area. State is considering using the BAR 31 test. State continues to operate one pilot IM 240 test lane.
February 18-20, Portland Portland Rod & Custom Show Information: www.hotrodshows.com February 19-20, Central Point 28th Annual Southern Oregon Rod & Custom Show Sponsor: Rogue Valley Street Rods Information: 541/770-5892
Residential Energy Code: State developed code that meets or exceeds 92 MEC, mandatory statewide. Commercial Energy Code: State developed code that meets or exceeds ASHRAE/IES 90.1, mandatory statewide. The state received FY96 DOE funding to support implementation of the non-residential energy code through the Circuit Rider Program, which is sponsored by public utilities. LEGISLATION HAS BEEN INTRODUCED AND PASSED IN THE SENATE WHICH PROPOSES TO ALLOW LOCAL JURISDICTIONS TO REDUCE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING STANDARDS AND TO BASE NEW REVISIONS OF RESIDENTIAL CODES ON OREGON SPECIFIC CRITERIA RATHER THAN NATIONALLY ACCEPTED STANDARDS.
In 1999, regulators adopted Senate Bill 1149, which granted large industrial and commercial customers access to customer choice by 10/01. Small commercial and residential customers will continue to be served by their incumbent utility. In light of the energy crisis in the West, the Oregon 2001 Legislature enacted House Bill 3633, delaying retail competition until March 2002.
Oregon (pronounced The pronunciation , while common, is incorrect., [Ëˆo.É¹Éª.É¡É™n]Occurs among speakers where the horse-hoarse merger has occurred, which include the majority of native Oregonians.) is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Oregon borders the Pacific Ocean on the west, Washington on the north, Idaho on the east, and California and Nevada on the south. The Columbia and Snake Rivers form, respectively, much of its northern and eastern borders.
First case: People v. Futch, DNA test results offered for admission at 7-month pretrial hearing, Clatsop County, 1989. Appellate Decision: State v. Lyons, 1993. Affirmed use of DNA evidence and statistics. Data Bank established: 1991 Legislated Admissibility passed: no
The Willamette and Umpqua valleys are two of the major wine producing areas, with two distinct climates. Willamette is cool; Umpqua is much drier. Oregon has received international attention for its Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.
If the contract is cancelled within sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans) from the date shown on the application and registration page, and no claims have been made, you will receive a full refund. If a claim has been made against your contract, of if the contract has been in effect more than sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans), a pro-rata refund will be calculated based on the greater of the time in force or the miles driven compared to the total time or mileage of your contract term, less a $50 cancellation fee.
1/1/84 Amended 11/17/91 Passenger motor vehicles, normally used for personal, family or household purposes, sold in Oregon, including leased vehicles and motorcycles. 4 repair attempts or 30 business days out of service. 1 year or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
For premium determination, pay for vacations, unanticipated bonuses and rewards for safe working practices are not to be included, provided the original payroll records disclose these amounts. An estimated percentage or allocation is not permitted. An unanticipated bonus is paid at the sole discretion of the employer and is not tied to any incentive-related goals. To qualify as an unanticipated bonus, the payment to any one employee cannot exceed two separate payments in a policy year.
The Oregon Medical Insurance Pool became operational in 1990 and is financed by premiums and assessments to insurers and reinsurers. The premium cap is set at 125 percent but portability premiums cannot be more than 100 percent of average portability rate charged by insurers. As of June 2005, almost 12,400 were enrolled in the pool.