Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-19m-8 - Inspection and examination

(a) The records and facilities of a Bureau approved for state aid by the Department shall be available to and open for examination or inspection by any duly authorized representative of the Department.
(b) If, after inspection and examination, the Department finds that a Bureau receiving funds pursuant to this Section is not being maintained in substantial compliance with law, or with Sections 10-19m-1 to 10-19m-10, inclusive, the Department shall give notice of its findings to the chief elected official of the municipality and to the Bureau Director. Unless deficiencies are corrected to the satisfaction of the Commissioner, state funds for the maintenance and operation of the Bureau may be discontinued commencing 90 days after receipt of the notice, at the discretion of the Commissioner.
(c) If given notice that funding is in jeopardy, a Bureau may, within 30 days of receipt of said notice, correct deficiencies and request a reinspection, which will be scheduled within 60 days of said request. Each funded Bureau shall have the right, without prejudice, to bring to the attention of the Department any alleged misapplication or capricious enforcement of regulations by any departmental representative, or any substantial difference of opinion, as may occur between the Bureau and any departmental representative concerning the proper application of Sections 10-19m-1 to 10-19m-10, inclusive. The Commissioner, or his designee, shall act as final arbiter of any such dispute.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-19m-8
Effective February 1, 1994; Transferred and Amended from §§ 17a-39-1-17-39-1 November 9, 1998

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