Any person dissatisfied with a determination of the county committee or county executive director may appeal in writing or in person or both, such determination to the State committee. Any person dissatisfied with a determination of the State committee may appeal such determination in writing to the Deputy Administrator. Any person dissatisfied with the determination of the Deputy Administrator made under § 7.29 of this part may request a reconsideration of such determination by the Deputy Administrator. Any such appeal or request for reconsideration shall be made within 15 days from the date of the mailing of the determination with respect to which the appeal or request is filed. Except as provided in § 7.31 of this part, such appeals and requests for reconsideration shall be determined on an informal basis. The person filing the appeal or request for reconsideration may present reasons, in writing or in person, or both, why the determination should be reversed or modified. Within 60 days after the reasons have been presented, such person shall be notified of the determination on appeal or reconsideration. The notification shall clearly set forth the basis for the determination. The determination of the Deputy Administrator is final and not subject to further administrative review.
Title 7 published on 2013-01-01
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