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Oregon's port districts as an element of economic development Public Deposited

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  • Oregon's twenty-two smaller port districts have the means to undertake a variety of community development goals. The activities of these public bodies extend beyond facilitating maritime commerce and harbor improvement. A primary responsibility, exemplified by a brief look at the evolution and contemporary authority of ports in Oregon, is to encourage economic development with.in the port district. To complement this objective the ports have available seven broad instruments which provide a comparative advantage in stimulating growth. In assessing the contributions of these districts, a survey of three ports revealed a considerable variation in effort and success in development promotion. To enhance port management and development future efforts need to be directed towards implementing planning and coordinating techniques, creating a greater awareness of port powers and responsibilities, and increasing state research and investment.
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