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appeals board

A local board empowered to overturn decisions of a permitting,zoning,taxing,or other regulatory authority.Before embarking on any possibly contested activity in these areas,such as a zoning change request, it is extremely important to determine the name and requirements of the correct appeals board,should it become necessary to ask for reversal of a decision.Many boards have very limited and technical grounds for appeal that, if known in advance, can be factored into tactical decisions at the level below. In addition, the time limits for filing appeals are generally extremely short. 

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Cal/OSHA appealed that decision to the Appeals Board, stating the ALJ should have affirmed the citations because the employers had failed to effectively correct the hazard of indoor heat exposure, and had not trained employees on the hazard of indoor heat exposure and heat illness.
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As per the new Appeals Board, a physician can file a valid appeal by supporting his/her notice of appeal with new evidence which was not considered at the initial hearing and demonstrating that there is a clear possibility that the initial decision was unreasonable or unfair, said the statement.
In what many say has become a farce, the appeals board resigned on Wednesday, accusing both teams of publicly attacking and humiliating them "in order to pressure members into rendering a favourable decision.
The appeals board reversed the county's decision outright, rather than sending it back to the county for possible changes to make the permit compliant with land use law.
Moylan said city officials are eager to take this to court because they were not allowed to get into the record of the Environmental Appeals Board proceedings critical information he contends supports much of the appeal.
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Mr McNeill said he was now considering whether to take the matter further after the Civil Service Appeals Board - whose compensation awards are capped - ruled that he had been unfairly dismissed.
25, Bacardi asked the appeals board to ignore HCH, arguing that Bush's letter was a lawful request for a status report on the case, and not ex parte communication.
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Thomsen served seven years on the York County Planning Commission and now sits on the zoning appeals board.
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