Oregon Statutes - Chapter 496 - Application, Administration and Enforcement of Wildlife Laws - Section 496.236 - Advisory councils to board; duties; no compensation or expenses for members.

(1) Individuals who reside in the various regions established for administration of the wildlife resources may form advisory councils, with membership in the same proportion as described for the board, to discuss and consider access and habitat programs and projects and to make recommendations thereon to the Access and Habitat Board. When the board considers proposals affecting a region, the board shall consult with the advisory council for that region if one exists.

(2) Employees of the State Department of Fish and Wildlife or other professional biologists who are residents of the various regions may act in an advisory capacity to the various councils.

(3) An individual who serves as a member of an advisory council shall receive no compensation or expenses for service as a member. [1993 c.659 §17]

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