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(a) In hearings held concurrently with another governmental agency the commission, through its presiding officer designated to preside at the concurrent hearings, will, in its discretion, allow variance from the procedures set out in 3 AAC 48.151 - 3 AAC 48.160 to facilitate the conduct of the concurrent hearings. The presiding officer will state on the record of the hearing the variances allowed, the citation to the regulations being varied, and the reason for allowing the variance.
(b) To facilitate the conduct of concurrent hearings, the commission may vary any provision of 3 AAC 48 by order stating the reason for the variance.
History: Eff. 6/29/84, Register 90
Authority: AS 42.04.050
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