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Old 01-19-2009, 11:39 AM
Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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Our program funds the aquisition, development, and maint. of OHV areas, as well as education and enforcement. The allocation committee meets several times a year to review applications and disburse funding. Sticker fees and a percentage of the fuel tax is where the $ come from. They survey every so often to see how much fuel/miles are used off-highway and calculate from that. We were told that right now that the entire OHV/ATV program is running at just about 10 million a year for what they get and spend. Some projects are class specific, and lately funding is more likely if all classes have opportunity, and points are added as a bonus if class II is in the project. We are run out of the state parks and rec department. Oregon does has a reciprical setup with holders of equivilent permits/stickers from other states, ie. your Washington sticker is good in Oregon.
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Last edited by Art Waugh; 01-20-2009 at 12:08 PM.
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