An affected landowner may request the district board to reconsider its:
recommendation or determination regarding that landowner's application for enrollment in a conservation easement program;
recommendation or determination to cancel that landowner's conservation agreement;
determination regarding that landowner's eligible and allowable costs to be reimbursed by the state board;
request to that landowner to correct any alleged noncompliant conditions regarding that landowner's enrolled easement area; or
recommendation to disapprove that landowner's request to change an enrolled easement area.
A landowner requesting reconsideration under subpart 1 shall mail a written request to the district board within 15 days of receipt of notice of the district board's determination or recommendation of the matters specified in subpart 1. The request for reconsideration shall include the specific reasons for the request and evidence to support the landowner's claims. The district board shall notify the landowner in writing of its final recommendation and the reasons for the recommendation within 60 days of receipt of the landowner's request for reconsideration.
An affected landowner may appeal to the state board from a final recommendation made by the district board pursuant to subpart 2. The landowner shall mail a written appeal to the state board within 15 days after receipt of the district board's final recommendation. The appeal shall include the specific reasons for the request and evidence to support the landowner's claims. The state board shall notify in writing the landowner and the district board of its final decision and the reasons for the decision within 60 days of receipt of the landowner's appeal.
[Repealed, 14 SR 1928]
13 SR 1055; 14 SR 1928; 19 SR 550
March 7, 2013