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14.30.02.00.htm 14.30.02.00. Title 14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES Subtitle 30 STATE HIGHER EDUCATION LABOR RELATIONS BOARD Chapter 02 General Authority: State Personnel and Pensions Article, §3-2A-05―3-2A-07; State Government Article, §10-122 and 10-123; Annotated Code of Maryland
14.30.02.01.htm 14.30.02.01. 01 Board Policy.. It is Board policy to encourage the voluntary efforts of the parties to settle or adjust disputes. Such efforts at resolution and any settlements or adjustments reached shall be consistent with the provisions, purposes, and policies of Title 3 of the State Personnel and Pensions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland.
14.30.02.02.htm 14.30.02.02. 02 Computation of Time Periods.. A. Time periods in this subtitle refer to calendar days unless otherwise indicated.. B. For purposes of service of any document filed before the Board, absent any evidence to the contrary, it is presumed that any document served by U.S. mail was received by the addressee 3 business days after the date the document was mailed. Thus, a 3-day period shall be added to any time period in which service was effected by mail.C. A time period is compu
14.30.02.03.htm 14.30.02.03. 03 Filing.. A. A document is filed with the Board when it is received by mail, electronic mail, or hand-delivery by the Executive Director or the Executive Director's designee. Filers using electronic mail shall, within a reasonable time, provide a hard copy to the Executive Director.B. Official Address of the Board. All filings and other communications with the Board shall be addressed to the State Higher Education Labor Relations Board (SHELRB)C. Office Hours. The norm
14.30.02.04.htm 14.30.02.04. 04 Requests for and Inspection of Board Documents.. A. The public may inspect the rules, decisions, and public records of the Board upon written request filed within a reasonable time period in advance of inspection. A prescribed format for requests for inspection may not be required. Written requests shall be submitted to the Board at its official address.B. A person may request in writing slip copies of the Board's reports, decisions, orders, and certifications. A request for p
14.30.02.05.htm 14.30.02.05. 05 Petition for Adoption of Regulation.. A. An interested person may submit to the Board a petition for consideration of the adoption of a regulation.B. Within 60 days after the petition is submitted, the Board shall:. 1) In writing, deny the petition and state the reasons for the denial; or. 2) Initiate the procedures for consideration of the regulation..
14.30.02.9999.htm 14.30.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 1, 2002 (29:6 Md. R. 568). Chapter revised as an emergency provision effective December 23, 2002 (30:13 Md. R. 852) revised permanently effective September 29, 2003 (30:19 Md. R. 1334)Regulation .05 adopted effective December 22, 2003 (30:25 Md. R. 1850). Regulation .02 repealed and new Regulation .02 adopted effective October 22, 2007 (34:21 Md. R. 1917)
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