Oregon - HB3427 - 2017

Relating to dams with high hazard ratings.

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Added On: 06-29-2017
Updated On: 09-08-2017
Status: Pass
Primary Sponsor: Rick Lewis (Republican)





Actions (22)

  • 04-03-2017 - First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.
  • 04-03-2017 - Referred to Veterans and Emergency Preparedness.
  • 04-06-2017 - Public Hearing held.
  • 04-13-2017 - Public Hearing and Work Session held.
  • 04-18-2017 - Referred to Ways and Means by order of Speaker.
  • 04-18-2017 - Recommendation: Do pass with amendments, be printed A-Engrossed, and be referred to Ways and Means.
  • 06-23-2017 - Assigned to Subcommittee On Natural Resources.
  • 06-28-2017 - Returned to Full Committee.
  • 06-28-2017 - Public Hearing and Work Session held.
  • 06-30-2017 - Work Session held.
  • 07-04-2017 - Recommendation: Do pass.
  • 07-05-2017 - Second reading.
  • 07-05-2017 - Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Lewis. Passed.Ayes, 59; Excused, 1--Boone.
  • 07-06-2017 - First reading. Referred to President's desk.
  • 07-06-2017 - Referred to Ways and Means.
  • 07-07-2017 - Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Girod. Passed.Ayes, 28; nays, 1--Boquist; excused, 1--Linthicum.
  • 07-07-2017 - Recommendation: Do pass the A-Eng. bill.
  • 07-07-2017 - Second reading.
  • 07-18-2017 - President signed.
  • 07-18-2017 - Speaker signed.
  • 08-16-2017 - Governor signed.
  • 08-18-2017 - Chapter 723, (2017 Laws): Effective date January 1, 2018.

Votes (4)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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Passed
04-13-2017House Committee Do pass with amendments and be referred to Ways and Means. (Printed A-Eng.)House700yes
06-30-2017House Committee Do Pass the A-Eng billHouse2200yes
07-05-2017House Third ReadingHouse5900yes
07-07-2017Senate Third ReadingSenate2810yes

Sponsors (16)

News (1)

Oregon Legislature orders 17 high hazard dams to develop emergency plans - kgw.com
Published by kgw.com
Thu, 13 Jul 2017 18:49:54 GMT

Ninety-two million gallons of water sits in Franzen Reservoir, just above the small town of Turner. City administrator David Sawyer knows where the water would rush first if the reservoir's dam failed – into a neighborhood of 40 to 50 homes. But who ...