Kan. Admin. Regs. § 98-2-2 - Conduct of hearing
(a) The chairperson of the authority or a member of the authority designated by the chairperson shall preside at each public hearing on the state water plan.
(b) The authority shall request those persons desiring to appear at any public hearing on the state water plan to notify the authority at least five days before the date of the hearing. Those persons who have notified the authority in advance of the hearing of their desire to be heard shall be scheduled to be heard first at any hearing. Any person who has not notified the authority may be heard if the time schedule for the hearing permits. Each person who desires to have a statement made a part of the public record of any hearing on the state water plan shall submit two copies of the statement to the authority. An oral summary of the statement may be presented at the hearing.
(c) The chairperson, members of the authority, and members of the staff of the office may question any person who presents a statement.
(d) The person presiding at any hearing on the state water plan may set time limits on oral presentations and may establish other procedures as appropriate. Hearing procedures shall be announced at the beginning of each hearing.
(e) Any person who is unable to appear at a scheduled hearing may submit a written statement to the office. Statements submitted when the hearing record is open shall be made a part of the public record of the hearing. The hearing record shall remain open for at least 10 days following the hearing.
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