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Within 30 days after the record on appeal has been closed, the board will issue a written decision containing its findings of fact and conclusions of law. That decision will identify each board member who voted, how the board member voted, and whether the board member participated in the decision in person or by teleconference, and will be mailed to the appellant and the administrator. The written decision of the board is the final administrative decision required for purposes of appeal to the superior court.
History: In effect before 10/21/83, Register 93; am 7/12/90 (not printed); am 11/18/90, Register 122
Authority: AS 14.25.035
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