A. Every Board
decision made at the conclusion of an adjudicatory proceeding shall be in
writing or stated in the record, and shall include findings of fact sufficient
to apprise the parties and any interested member of the public of the basis for
the decision. The Board shall maintain a record of the vote of each member of
the Board with respect to the Board's decision. A copy of the decision shall be
delivered or promptly mailed to each party to the proceeding or his
representative of record.
Board shall inform the parties at the time the decision is delivered or mailed
that they have the right to have the Superior Court review the decision and
that a petition for review of the decision must be filed in the Superior Court
within 30 days after receipt of notice of the decision pursuant to 5 M.R.S.A.