Appeal to the Board Sample Clauses

Appeal to the Board. Upon receipt of the appeal to the Board, the Chancellor as designee of the Board, shall decide if a hearing is to be provided. The Chancellor shall not unreasonably deny the request for a hearing if the request is supported with a showing that the terms of this Agreement have been violated. If the Chancellor chooses to utilize the services of a hearing officer for the purpose of conducting a hearing and making a recommendation, the hearing officer’s scope of review shall be to determine if terms of this Agreement have been violated. The hearing officer shall have no authority to add to, subtract from or in any way modify the terms of this Agreement. Upon receipt of the hearing officer’s recommendation, the Chancellor shall issue a written decision stating the reasons therefore within twenty (20) working days.
Appeal to the Board. Board review will only be initiated upon written application. Said written appeal shall be filed with the Clerk to the Board and state the basis of the appeal. Any appeal based upon a disciplinary action shall contain a specific admission or denial of the material allegations contained in the notice of disciplinary action. At the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Board, after the filing of the order and appeal with the said Clerk, the Board shall determine whether it will hear the appeal or appoint a hearing officer for this purpose. If the Board determines to hear the appeal, it will set a time and place for such hearing and provide notice to the appellant. If the Board determines to appoint a hearing officer, the hearing officer shall be mutually agreed upon between the Board’s representative and the Union. In the event that the parties cannot mutually agree on a hearing officer, the parties shall request a list from the California State Conciliation and Mediation Service. The Hearing Officer shall then be selected by the parties alternately striking names until one remains. The Hearing Officer shall commence a hearing on the appeal as soon as possible. The appellant and General Manager may appear personally and the appellant may be represented by a Union representative and/or by counsel at the hearing. The hearing shall be public unless the appellant requests a private hearing. Before the hearing has commenced and during the course of the hearing, the hearing officer shall issue subpoenas “duces tecum” at the request of either party. Oral evidence shall be taken only on oath or affirmation. The appellant and the General Manager shall each have the right to call and examine witnesses, to cross-examine opposing witnesses on any matter relevant to the issues, to impeach any witness and to rebut the evidence against him/her. Technical rules relating to evidence and witnesses do not have to apply to such hearings. Hearsay evidence may be used for the purpose of supplementing or explaining any direct evidence but shall not be sufficient in itself to support a finding unless it would be admissible over objection in civil actions. At the hearing, the burden of proof shall be upon the appellant except in matters of discipline where the District is the moving party and therefore has the sole burden of proof. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Board or the hearing officer shall prepare a summary record of the p...
Appeal to the Board. Appeals for review of a presidential rejection of an arbitrator's recommendation by the Board shall be filed within twenty-one (21) days of the receipt of such decision. Upon request by a Faculty Member for a review of a presidential decision, the Board shall confer with the parties and promptly set a date for consideration of the appeal. The Board shall consider the appeal and shall issue a decision in writing, which shall be transmitted to the affected Faculty Member and the President. Such decision shall exhaust administrative remedies provided in this Article.
Appeal to the Board. In the event the Grievant is not satisfied with the resolution of the grievance at Step 2, or if no decision has been rendered by the Superintendent/Director of Human Resources, the Grievant may appeal the resolution to the Board.
Appeal to the Board. If the grievant has alleged a violation of a specified federal or state law, federal or state regulation, State Board of Education policy or procedure, or local board of education policy or procedure, the grievant will have the right to appeal a final administrative decision to the board of education (see subsection E.5.a, Mandatory Appeals, below). If a grievant has not alleged such specific violations, he or she may request a board hearing, which the board may grant at its discretion (see subsection E.5.b, Discretionary Appeals, below).
Appeal to the Board. 23.6.1 The Board of Trustees shall base its decision solely on the written record unless, upon review, the Board determines that it wishes to hear additional evidence. If such additional evidence is sought, the Board shall invite, in writing, all parties of interest to participate.
Appeal to the Board a. If the grievance is still unresolved, it may be appealed to the Board, by filing the written grievance and written answers not later than ten (10) days after receipt of the Superintendent's reply. A meeting of grievant, the Exclusive Representative and the Board and its designated representative(s) shall be held within fifteen (15) days following receipt of such notice and the Superintendent shall promptly notify the grievant and the Exclusive Representative of the date, time, and the place where such appeal shall be heard.
Appeal to the Board. If the grievance is not resolved at Step 2, the grievant can, within five (5) days of the date of service of the written decision, move a policy grievance to Step 3 by delivery of written notice to the Secretary of the Board of Directors. The Board shall hold a meeting, pursuant to reasonable rules of procedure adopted by the Board, within twenty-five (25) days after receipt of the grievance and shall serve a written decision on the grievant within five (5) days after the meeting. If no written decision is served, the grievant can advance the grievance to Step 4 within the time set forth therein.
Appeal to the Board. If the application for reassignment or transfer is denied, the applicant may, within five (5) days after receiving notice of the denial, apply in writing to the Director of Student Assignment for a hearing with a Board of Education panel and shall be entitled to a prompt and fair hearing on the question of the reassignment or transfer of the child to a different school. The Board of Education panel may, at its discretion, consider additional documentation regarding the request for reassignment. The hearing officer shall have responsibility for scheduling Board panel hearings. At the hearing, the panel shall consider the applicants written documentation as previously provided in Section I.C.2. and the applicant will be given ten (10) minutes to provide oral presentation to the panel citing why the initial decision was in error of supporting the reassignment request. Five (5) minutes will be allotted for the panel to pose questions. The applicant will then be excused and the panel will deliberate after receiving instructions and advice from designated counsel. The panel decision will be forwarded to the Board. The applicant will be advised of the decision following a meeting of the Board. Persons wishing to appeal their assignment requests to the Board shall be granted the opportunity to appeal each decision one (1) time during the school year. To facilitate the efficient and effective administration of education to students, generally students will not be reassigned during the school year. In unusual circumstances such as medical emergency or extreme safety risk the Superintendent’s designee may assign a student to a school other than the original school of assignment for that school year. No appeal shall lie from a request for special assignment made outside the stated application period in Section I.C.1.
Appeal to the Board. In the event the grievance has not been resolved in the Second Step, the grievant or the Union may submit a written appeal to the Board of Education. Such appeal shall be made within ten (10) school days after the receipt of the Superintendent’s decision. The School Board shall take up the matter no later than the second regular Board meeting following receipt of the appeal. A hearing may be held if either party so requests. The School Board shall make its decision in writing within ten (10) school days after completion of the grievance meeting.