TMB also provides an archive of adopted rule changes by calendar year and effective date going back to 1998. To access this archive on the Publications section of the website click on the link below:
The Site Remediation Reform Act ("SRRA")(N.J.S.A. 58:10C-1 et seq.) established the Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board ("Board"). SRRA established a process for remediating contaminated sites, to be overseen by Licensed Site Remediation Professionals ("LSRPs"). SRRA requires the Board to oversee the licensing and performance of LSRPs, and to promulgate rules necessary for the implementation, administration, and enforcement of SRRA.
Submit written comments by Friday January 6, 2022 electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each comment should be identified by the applicable N.J.A.C. citation, with the commenter's name and affiliation following the comment. The Department encourages electronic submittal of comments. In the alternative, comments may be submitted on paper to:
Below is the Adoption document which appeared in the January 4, 2016 New Jersey Register. The Adoption document includes the Board's response to comments received on the January 5, 2015 rule proposal.
100.2 Codification. These rules shall amend Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Title 27 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (DCMR) and shall be cited with the appropriate reference to the publication of these rules in the D.C. Register, indicating the volume number, page number and the date of publication.
100.3 Application. These rules shall apply to all appeals and protests filed with the Board on or after April 6, 2020, and to all further proceedings in appeals and protests pending before the Board at that time.
100.4 Transition. If, however, the Board determines that the application of a rule in a particular case pending before the Board on the effective date of these rules would be impracticable or would work an injustice on a party, the Board may order that all or a portion of the former rules shall apply to further proceedings in the case.
100.5 Construction. These rules shall be construed to obtain the just, expeditious, and inexpensive resolution of every case. In addition to the Board's own precedent, the Board will be guided by (i) precedent of the District of Columbia courts in construing those Board rules that are analogous to the Rules of Civil Procedure of the DC Superior Court; and (ii) precedent of the United States Government Accountability Office in construing those Board rules that are analogous to protest rules of the Government Accountability Office.
101.4 The presiding administrative judge designated to manage a particular case pursuant to Subsection 102.5 shall have the authority to administer oaths and affirmations, issue subpoenas, rule on all interlocutory matters and nondispositive motions, schedule and conduct proceedings and hearings, and take other action as necessary to prepare the case for final disposition or decision.
103.4 The Board shall keep and maintain: all incoming pleadings, motions, and other communications to the Board, and all outgoing notices, correspondence, and Board actions; a monthly docket of current cases under the Board's jurisdiction; copies of decisions and final orders of the Board; and copies of the Board's rules.
103.5 Subject to the provisions of Section 104, the case docket, and copies of decisions, final orders, and rules shall be available for inspection by the public at the Boards' office. Copies of Board decisions and final orders shall be available to the public at a reasonable cost. Consistent with the requirements of the District of Columbia Freedom of Information Act, the Board shall provide access to electronic records not subject to a Protective Order under Section 104 during normal business hours.
108.1 Except as otherwise provided in the Board's rules or directed by an administrative judge, a pleading, motion, notice, appearance, or other submission filed with the Board subsequent to the filing of an appeal or a protest, shall be served by the filing party upon each party in the case.
110.5 A memorandum of opposing points and authorities may be filed with the Board and served on a party no later than ten (10) days after service of the motion, unless another Board rule prescribes a larger or shorter time. The Board may also grant or order a larger or shorter time for such filing. If a statement of opposing points and authorities is not filed within the prescribed time, the Board may treat the motion as conceded.
111.1 The parties may stipulate to facts, issues, admission of relevant documents, testimony, discovery procedures, and other matters which may aid in expediting the proceedings in a case, subject to acceptance by the Board. A stipulation, however, may not extend a time limit established by a rule or order of the Board without its approval.
113.1 Before any motion to compel discovery is filed, the affected parties or counsel must meet for a reasonable period of time in an effort to resolve the disputed matter. The movant shall accompany any motion to compel discovery with a certification that despite a good faith effort to secure it, the discovery material sought has not been provided. This certification shall set forth specific facts describing the good faith effort, including a statement of the date, time, and place of the meeting required by this rule.
114.3 A request for subpoena shall be filed at least fifteen (15) calendar days before the testimony of a witness or evidence is to be provided, and shall state the relevancy, materiality, and scope of the testimony or documentary evidence sought, including, as to documentary evidence, the identification of all documents desired and the facts to be proved by them in sufficient detail to indicate materiality and relevancy. The Board may, in its discretion, honor requests for subpoenas not made within the time limit provided by this rule.
114.5 A subpoena requiring the attendance of a witness at a deposition or hearing may be served at any place consistent with the rules of the D.C. Superior Court. A subpoena may be served by registered or certified mail, by a United States Marshal or his or her deputy, or by any other person who is not a party and is not less than eighteen (18) years of age.
116.1 In the interest of expediting a decision in a case or for other good cause shown, the Board may, except for the time requirements for filing a protest or an appeal, suspend or dispense with the filing requirements and procedural provisions of these rules on the motion of a party or on its own initiative and may order proceedings in accordance with its direction.
121.3 Whenever either party fails to file documents required by these rules, respond to notices or correspondence from the Board, comply with orders of the Board, or otherwise indicate an intention not to continue the prosecution or defense of a case, the Board may issue an order to show cause why the case should not be dismissed for failure to prosecute or defend.
123.1 The Board, for good cause shown, may enlarge the time prescribed by the Board rules, or by its order, for doing any act, or may permit an act to be done after the expiration of the prescribed time. The Board, may not, however, enlarge the time for filing a protest or an appeal.
126.1 The Board shall follow the rules of evidence of the D.C. Superior Court. However, oral and documentary evidence not ordinarily admissible under those rules may be received in evidence at the discretion of the Board.
127.1 If a party or the party's representative fails or refuses to comply with a Board order or rule, or engages in unreasonable or vexatious conduct, the Board may, on its own initiative or on motion of a party, sanction the offending party or representative as it considers necessary to the just and expeditious conduct of the case.
Appeal means a submission to the Board seeking administrative review of a claim by the District or a contractor arising under or related to a contract including those arising under the Public-Private Partnership Act of 2014, a claim for interest penalties pursuant to the District of Columbia Quick Payment Act, or a debarment or suspension action. Appellant means the party filing an appeal with the Board. For purposes of these rules, a "protest" is not an appeal.
The Green Mountain Care Board has the authority to adopt rules in order to carry out the provisions in Act 48. The Board will promulgate the rules in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act (APA). As the process begins for each rule, we will provide information regarding drafts of the rule, scheduled meetings, and the status of the rule when it enters the APA process.
This rule governs data submission for the Vermont Health Care Uniform Reporting and Evaluation System (VHCURES) and the Vermont Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set (VUHDDS) effective January 20, 2022.
This page contains drafts of rules that have been put forth for adoption and/or change by the Georgia Composite Medical Board. The cover sheets contain information regarding deadlines for submission of public comments regarding the rules, as well as the dates and times of the Rules hearings.
The State Board, pursuant to the rule change finalized in March 2020, determined that the examination system changes necessary to eliminate the test window limitations have been implemented. Therefore, effective July 1, 2020, Louisiana exam candidates can retake a test section if necessary once their grade for a previous attempt of the same test section has been officially released. Adopted by the Board at its April 2020 board meeting. [See board rule 505.F.1.b]
The State Board approved amending its rules governing the CPA exam during its July 2019 board meeting. Specifically, to amend LAC 46:XIX.505.F.1.b and eliminate the prohibition for CPA exam candidates to retake a failed section of the Uniform CPA exam in the same testing window (quarter). The proposed change is to be implemented as soon as continuous exam testing can be implemented in all states and jurisdictions. 041b061a72