SALEM, OR -- The Oregon State Marine Board is looking at allowing boaters with a disability to use electric motors on North and South Twin Lakes. Josh Mulhollem is a Policy Manager with the board. He says a local person made a request to use an electric motor at the lakes because of a disability. Mulhollem says staff will write rules for the disabled boaters to use electric motors at no wake-speed. He says they will have to figure out the definition of a disability and how the person can prove they qualify for the exemption. Mulhollem says new rules will be submitted in September for approval by the Marine Board, probably in October.