Or. Admin. R. 690-010-0230 - Final Order in Contested Case

(1) Upon conclusion of the contested case hearing, including the consideration of exceptions filed against a proposed order issued by the administrative law judge, the Commission shall issue a final order in contested case.
(2) If, after consideration of the contested case record, the Commission finds that the factors that resulted in the designation of a critical groundwater area under ORS 537.730 can be resolved by implementing one or more of the corrective control measures specified in the Notice of Proposed Corrective Control Orders, the Commission shall issue a final order establishing one or more of the proposed corrective control provisions provided in ORS 537.742.
(3) Final orders in contested case must be consistent with ORS 183.650 and OAR 137-003-0665 and directed to the named parties in the contested case proceeding.
(4) Final orders in default issued to a party in the contested case hearing must be consistent with OAR 137-003-0670.
(5) If no person or state agency files a timely Notice of Party Status, Petition for Party Status, or state agency request for party status, the Commission shall issue a final order in default consistent with OAR 137-003-0670.
(6) The Commission's final order in contested case is appealable to the Oregon Court of Appeals pursuant to ORS 183.482 and ORS 536.075.


Or. Admin. R. 690-010-0230
WRD 12-2023, adopt filed 10/10/2023, effective 10/10/2023

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 536.027 & ORS 537.780

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 537.780, ORS 537.730-537.742, ORS 537.525, ORS 183 & ORS 536-537

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