Can I appeal the CSU Manager's reconsidered decision if I disagree with it?
(a) Yes. If you or your legal representative disagree with the decision you may appeal to the appropriate Federal official designated in the appeal information you receive with the decision. That official will be either the NPS Regional Director, the USFWS Regional Director, or the BLM Alaska State Director, depending on the CSU where your proposed allotment is located.
(b) Your appeal must:
(1) Be in writing,
(2) Be submitted in person to the CSU manager or correctly addressed and postmarked no later than 45 calendar days of when you received the reconsidered decision.
(3) State any legal or factual reason(s) why you believe the decision is wrong. You may include any additional evidence or arguments to support your appeal.
(c) The CSU manager will send your appeal to the appropriate Federal official, which is either the NPS Regional Director, the USFWS Regional Director, or the BLM Alaska State Director.
(d) You may present oral testimony to the appropriate Federal official to clarify issues raised in the written record.
(e) The appropriate Federal official will send you his or her written decision within 45 calendar days of when he or she receives your appeal. The 45 days may be extended for good reason in which case you would be notified of the extension in writing.
(f) The decision of the appropriate Federal official is the final administrative decision of the Department of the Interior.
Group 2600—Disposition; Grants
Title 43 published on 2011-10-01
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