§ 1.622How do I file a notice of intervention and response?
(1) To intervene as a party to the hearing process, you must:
(i) Be a license party; and
(ii) File with NFS a notice of intervention and a written response to any request for a hearing within 15 days after the date of service of the request for a hearing.
(2) A license party filing a notice of intervention and response may not raise issues of material fact beyond those raised in the hearing request.
(b)Content. In your notice of intervention and response you must explain your position with respect to the issues of material fact raised in the hearing request under § 1.621(b).
(1) If you agree with the information provided by the Forest Service under § 1.620(a) or by the requester under § 1.621(b), your response may refer to the Forest Service's explanation or the requester's hearing request for support.
(2) If you wish to rely on additional information or analysis, your response must provide the same level of detail with respect to the additional information or analysis as required under § 1.621(b).
(c)Witnesses and exhibits. Your response and notice must also list the witnesses and exhibits that you intend to present at the hearing, other than solely for impeachment purposes.
(1) For each witness listed, you must provide:
(i) His or her name, address, telephone number, and qualifications; and
(ii) A brief narrative summary of his or her expected testimony; and
(2) For each exhibit listed, you must specify whether it is in the license proceeding record.
(1) For each disputed factual issue, the information provided under paragraph (b) of this section may not exceed two pages.
(2) For each witness, the information provided under paragraph (c)(1) of this section may not exceed one page.
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