Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-482 Appeals To Hearing Board

49-482. Appeals to hearing board

A. Within thirty days after notice is given by the control officer of approval or denial of a permit, permit revision or conditional order, the applicant and any person who filed a comment on the permit or permit revision pursuant to section 49-480, subsection B and section 49-426, subsection D, or on the conditional order pursuant to section 49-492, subsection C, may petition the hearing board, in writing, for a public hearing, which shall be held within thirty days after receipt of the petition. The hearing board, after notice and a public hearing, may sustain, modify or reverse the action of the control officer.

B. Any person having an interest that is or may be adversely affected may commence a civil action in superior court against the control officer alleging that the control officer has failed to act in a timely manner as provided in section 49-480, subsection B and section 49-426, subsection C. No action may be commenced before sixty days after the plaintiff has given notice to the control officer. The court has jurisdiction to require the control officer to act without additional delay.

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