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Oregon Revised Statutes Public Health and Safety § 469.992

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<Text operative upon events specified in Laws 1991, c. 653, § 18.  See, also, section operative until specified events.>

(1) The Director of the State Department of Energy or the Energy Facility Siting Council may impose civil penalties for violation of ORS 469.300 to 469.619 and 469.930, for violations of rules adopted under ORS 469.300 to 469.619 and 469.930, for violation of any site certificate or amended site certificate issued under ORS 469.300 to 469.601 or for violation of a State Department of Energy order issued pursuant to ORS 469.405 (3). A civil penalty in an amount of not more than $25,000 per day for each day of violation may be assessed.

(2) Subject to ORS 153.022, violation of an order entered pursuant to ORS 469.550 is punishable upon conviction by a fine of $50,000. Each day of violation constitutes a separate offense.

(3) A civil penalty in an amount not less than $100 per day nor more than $1,000 per day may be assessed by the director or the Energy Facility Siting Council for a willful failure to comply with a subpoena served by the director pursuant to ORS 469.080 (2).

(4) A civil penalty in an amount of not more than $25,000 per day for each day in violation of any provision of ORS 469.603 to 469.619 or section 14, chapter 653, Oregon Laws 1991, may be assessed by the circuit court upon complaint of any person injured by the violation.

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