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nneman ils measures P his More taxes likely ocra Wednesday, February 22, 1989, The Sun 11 sen in r ltep. Paul Hanneman Moving from fisheries, I'veBy Sen. John Brenneman 13 was the deadline introduced HB 3182, which would The smoke and mirrors were bills in the House. It authorize the director of the Oregon, brought out last week by proponents mad scramble during those Department of Agriculture to of self-serve gasoline and budget pre-deadline days, to get delegate licensing, inspection and busting. We have reached that point back from Legislative fee-collection authority for food in the legislative session where old and then get fellow establishments to counties, bad ideas begin to surface as the to sign on as co-sponsors, HB 3178 deletes a section of state answer to new complicated the dust settled I law stating that petitions to form problems. Both HB 2522 relating to 13 measures for community college districts may self-serve gasoline and SB 515 by the 1989 Legisla- specify that the proposer may limit relating to breaking the spending vocational-education or lower- limit are both old answers to new Bill3180 would, if division program offerings to those problems. gulation of a river provided under contract with other First: House Bill 2522. This bill Under the Oregon Scenic community or four-year colleges, would allow gasoline stations to if a designated public-school districts or private operate in a self-serve fashion. The a stream includes or vocational schools, worn-out arguments for this idea is by a dam. As the Other proposed measures would that it would save the consumer portion of the Nestucca allow the Aeronautics Division to money at the pump. This is just plain McGuire Dam, in adopt rules regulating privatewrong. Oregon is one of two states Yamhill County, the parachuting centers (HB 3181);left that do not have self-serve Would be affected by would exempt water systems withgasoline and we should keep it that '. less than 300 connections from way. The price of your gasoline will signedmy name to operator-certification requirements not go down if we allow self-serve by Sen. Jim (H831843; redefine "just cause" as gas. ), which wouldgrounds for police-officer dismissal What will happen if we allow Walker Creek from the (HB 3183); would exempt contractors self-serve gas? First, we will all have Waterway System. This for county fairs from overtime to learn how to use the pump and sparked by concern requirements for Saturday and/or suffer through the lack of any help at status would Sunday work (HB 3179). the gas station. Second, initially the negative impact on Persons seeking more information price might actually go down on your water supply, about any proposed pieces of gas, but soon the gap will be filled of my measures are legislation or any other legislative with a new gas tax and/or profit for fisheries. One, Housetopic may call toll-free, 1-800- the oil company. Third, those that 42, sets a goal of 327-7389, and ask for me. My staff currently work at a gas station will salmon and' members are Georgia York, who also lose their jobs. What will replace the y the year 2001. serves as an assistant to the Oregon local service station will be a "super would direct the Coastal Zone Management Associa- station" with one attendant who sits of Fish and tion and the Oregon Salmon in a glass box and is unable to offer report the process of the Commission; and Mike Sims, a assistance, directions, or any of the Years of its six-yearformer Tillamook resident who other traditional services that we and enhance- served as managing editor of the expect from the local service station. to the 1991 Legisla- Headlight-Herald in 1986-88 and has The local "morn and pop" operation prior legislative staff experience, will be replaced with gas-only H JR 42 directs the My mailing address here at thestations and mechanics will lose their the 1991 Legisla- Capitol is H377 State Capitol, Salem, jobs. goals for the OR 97310. I and my staff will be glad Seven years ago Oregonians voted of the six-year program, to assistyou, down self-serve gasoline and we in 1995; and with goals 1995-2001 introduced at the Nehalem resident Jim ;~vOuld direct the ODFW to three cormorant- during each of the Years 1989 and 1990. The be issued for use on Coastal rivers and would to kill, trap or cormorants. seeks to expand the Commission from members. Under this nfemb~rs Commercial ocean-troll from each of five fish-harvest commission members fish-processors. exempts persons who their own commercial !SSels weighing 15,000 less from Public Utility regulation. A corn- HB 3187, reduces the for violation of regulations to a infraction, punishable from $104500. A Sentence and/or fines of Would be removed from I lunch t SCHOOL DISTRICT MENUS thru Mar 3rd green beans, 13urritoes, corn, salad, milk. Chicken nuggets, spinach, rolls, Navy bean soup, butter and jelly sticks, fruit salad, PePperoni pizza, mixed Cole slaw, applesauce, casserole, tossed corn, maple bars, vegetable sticks, milk. Poor Boy sandwich, pickles, tater tots, ~ilk. ;calloped potatoes vegetables, rolls, COokie, milk. ; DISTRICr Mm, eh 3rd COuntry style steak, mixed vegetables, ' n~ilk. Bologna sandwich, Soup, crackers, fruit, ~': Hamburger gravy, vegetables, bread, s, green beans, jello, noodles, peas, milk. Reade & Feb. 28th er sandwich, peaches, milk. soup, ham/ spice cake, apple- should do it again! it or "updating" it to the times. The Essentially what this reflects is that Senate Bill 51S is a little harder to fact is they are trying to dismantle it's more fun to spend money than explain, but equally as devastating the limit so it will no longer be a save it. to Oregon. The issue is this: should threat to the "big spenders" in the the legislature be honest with the Legislature. Various terms are being used to voters over the spending limit that On the surface the arguments fortry to make it seem as if the goal is was imposed on them by the voters breaking the limit are appealing, not to break the limit but merely to in 1979. The spending limit was Basically what proponents argue is "modify," "improve," or "update" passed by voters by a 10-1 margin as that since "times are good" in the 1979 law. Don't be fooled. If we a way to limit the spending of your Oregon we should spend every cent break the spending, limit it means tax dollars, of the money created as a result of that the Legislature and governor are Proponents of breaking limit will economic growth. This is an ideal unable to set priorities and live try to convince you that they are not situation for the "big spender" within a budget. 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