Or. Admin. R. 141-083-0820 - Definitions

(1) "Cable" means a conductor of electricity or light with insulation or a combination of conductors insulated from one another.
(2) "Cable Easement" is an authorization issued by the Division designating the route where a cable is to be laid on state-owned submerged and submersible land within the Territorial Sea. A cable easement does not grant any other proprietary or other rights of use to the holder.
(3) "Director" means the Director of the Division of State Lands.
(4) "Division" means the Division of State Lands.
(5) "Fiber Optic Cable" means an insulated and often armored cable used to transmit telecommunications through glass fibers using pulses of light.
(6) "Goal 19" is the Statewide Planning Goal to conserve the long-term values, benefits, and natural resources of the nearshore ocean and the Continental Shelf.
(7) "Landing" means the site on shore where a fiber optic or other cable is attached to land-based cable(s). A landing may consist of a beach manhole, receiving building, and associated equipment. If the landing is located on state-owned upland, additional authorization(s) shall be obtained from the Division or other land-owning agency (for example, Oregon State Parks) as well as other required approvals from state and local government agencies.
(8) "Ocean Policy Advisory Council" or "OPAC" has the same meaning as provided in ORS 196.438.
(9) "Ocean Users" include, but are not limited to persons using the Territorial Sea for commerce, navigation, fishing and recreation.
(10) "Person" is an individual at least eighteen (18) years old, a political subdivision or public agency, or any corporation, association, firm, partnership, joint stock company, or quasi-public corporation registered to do business in the State of Oregon.
(11) "Territorial Sea" has the same meaning as provided in ORS 196.405(6). It includes the waters and seabed extending three geographical miles seaward from the line of mean low water seaward to the extent of state jurisdiction.
(12) "Territorial Sea Management Plan" has the same meaning as provided in ORS 196.405(7). It is the plan for managing Oregon's Territorial Sea and ocean shore as required under ORS 196.405 through 196.580.


Or. Admin. R. 141-083-0820
DSL 21-1999, f. & cert. ef. 11-1-99

Stat. Auth.: ORS 196.800 - ORS 196.990 & ORS 390.805 - ORS 390.925

Stats. Implemented: ORS 196.800 - ORS 196.990 & ORS 390.805 - ORS 390.925

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