2013 Regular Session
HB 3364 A
Overview
At the request of:
Chief Sponsors: Representative Keny-Guyer , Senator Monnes Anderson , Senator Edwards
Regular Sponsors: Representative Barnhart , Representative Gorsek , Representative Greenlick , Representative Holvey , Representative Lively , Senator Burdick , Senator Monroe , Senator Prozanski , Senator Steiner Hayward
Bill Title: Relating to integrated pest management; and declaring an emergency.
Catchline/Summary: Requires appointment of State Integrated Pest Management Coordinator.
<i>Amends list of state agencies and public universities required to adopt integrated pest management practices. Establishes Interagency Integrated Pest Management Coordinating Committee consisting of state agencies and public universities required to implement integrated pest management practices and of two public members. Requires committee to adopt definitions and policies and to create model integrated pest management plan based on definitions and policies. Makes definitions and policies adopted by committee mandatory for integrated pest management plans of state agencies and public universities required to implement pest management practices. Establishes requirements for integrated pest management plan coordinators, giving of notice regarding pesticide applications and keeping of pesticide application records. Requires state agencies and public universities to report to committee biennially regarding integrated pest management plan activities. Requires committee to report every four years to legislative committee dealing with environmental issues.</i>] <b> Establishes Integrated Pest Management Coordinating Committee consisting of State Integrated Pest Management Coordinator, representative of Oregon University System and integrated pest management coordinators of state agencies and public universities required to implement integrated pest management practices. Establishes duties of committee. Authorizes committee to engage in joint work with Invasive Species Council. Requires committee to report biennially to legislative committee related to pest management. Specifies matters to be included in report. Authorizes committee to seek public and private funding. Authorizes State Department of Agriculture to accept moneys on behalf of committee. Amends list of state agencies required to implement integrated pest management practices. Amends definition of "integrated pest management" for state agencies and public universities required to implement integrated pest management practices. Amends integrated pest management coordinator qualifications for state agencies and public universities required to implement integrated pest management practices. Declares emergency, effective on passage.</b>
Fiscal Impact: Has Minimal Fiscal Impact
Revenue Impact: No Revenue Impact
Measure Analysis: Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements
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