MBUAPCD R6ART6 PROCEDURES FOR HEARING BOARD ADJUCUATIONS
LAST REVISED 12/17/86

REGULATION IV

HEARING BOARD RULES

Adopted by the District Hearing Board on December 12, 1986.

These rules are effective as of December 17, 1986.

MONTEREY BAY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

ARTICLE 6. FILE DOCKET AND HEARING CALENDAR


6.1 File Docket.

The Clerk shall maintain in the office of the Hearing Board Clerk a docket of all applications and accusations, and each application or accusation shall be assigned an appropriate designation. Such docket shall be available for public inspection at the office of the Hearing Board Clerk during office hours.

6.2 Hearing Calendar.

The Clerk shall cause to be maintained a calendar of applications and accusations filed and applications or accusations set for hearing, which calendar shall be available for public inspection at the office of the Hearing Board Clerk. Copies of such calendar may be obtained on request of the Clerk, and upon payment of any required fee.

6.3 Case Records.

Material which comprises the Hearing Board's record in the docket cases is available for study and review by the public and the District staff in the office of the Hearing Board Clerk during normal office hours. This material will not be available for review or other use outside the Hearing Board Clerk's office. Copies of records and exhibits may be obtained at the Clerk's office by paying the actual cost of preparation. When transcripts are obtained for docket cases by the Hearing Board, the transcripts will be delivered to the Clerk of the Hearing Board and a copy of the transcript will be included in the case file. The Hearing Board will not permit withdrawal of evidence so long as any issue concerned in the hearing is still pending a final decision either before the Hearing Board or before the courts of California. If after a final decision by the Hearing Board no further proceeding for review has been taken within the time prescribed by law, exhibits may be withdrawn at the request of the party which submitted them, or his counsel, and upon order of the Hearing Board.

6.4 Filing of Papers.

All papers filed with or submitted to the Hearing Board shall be in original and eight copies. The Clerk of the Hearing Board shall file the original in the original case file. One copy shall be filed in each member's folder and three copies shall be forwarded to Counsel for the District for staff use. If conformed copies are requested by the party filing a document, then sufficient additional copies shall be furnished by him for this purpose. Papers presented in proper form, accompanied with the required number of copies, required fee, if any, shall be deemed filed on the day presented.