25 CFR 170.438 - How must BIA or a tribe inform the public when a hearing is held?

§ 170.438 How must BIA or a tribe inform the public when a hearing is held?
When BIA or a tribe holds a hearing under this part, it must notify the public of the hearing by publishing a notice.
(a) The public hearing notice is a document containing:
(1) Date, time, and place of the hearing;
(2) Planning activities or project location;
(3) Proposed work to be done, activities to be conducted, etc.;
(4) Where preliminary plans, designs or specifications may be reviewed; and
(5) How and where to get more information.
(b) BIA or the tribe must publish the notice:
(1) By posting and/or publishing the notice at least 30 days before the public hearing. A second notice for a hearing is optional; and,
(2) By sending a courtesy copy of the notice to the affected tribe(s) and BIA Regional Office.

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