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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 33 . (Repealed)
Section 230. Administrative review

4 AAC 33.230. Administrative review

(a) A district may appeal from the notice of intent to award by writing to the commissioner and requesting a review. The request must be received by the department within 14 days after the applicant's receipt of the notice of intent to award. The request must state the basis for the appeal, the relief sought, and facts that the district believes support a modification of the intent to award decision. The review officer will not consider information that merely supplements the original grant application.

(b) Within five working days after receiving a request for a review, the commissioner shall appoint a departmental staff member, who did not participate in the initial decision, to serve as a review officer.

(c) Within 20 working days after appointment, the review officer will provide the commissioner with a written recommendation concerning the relief sought. The recommendation must state the reasons for the recommendation, and must be based upon the information provided in the request for review and the records of the department.

(d) Within 10 working days after receipt of the review officer's recommendation, the commissioner will mail or otherwise distribute to the district a notification of the commissioner's decision. The notification must state the reasons relied upon for the decision. Notification under this subsection is a final decision of the department that may be appealed to superior court within 30 days under Part VI of the Rules of Appellate Procedure.

History: Eff. 10/1/93, Register 127

Authority: AS 14.03.125

AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

AS 14.07.165 (2)

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