(1) Unless otherwise provided by law, any person with standing may commence an appeal
to the pollution control hearings board by filing a notice of appeal with the board
within thirty days from the date of receipt of the decision being appealed.
(2) The appeal is timely if it is filed with the board and served upon the state or
local agency whose action is being appealed within the same thirty-day period. Proof of service must be filed with the clerk of the hearings board to perfect the
(3) The appeal must contain the following in accordance with the rules of the hearings
(a) The appellant's name and address;
(b) The date and docket number of the order, permit, license, or decision appealed;
(c) A copy of the order, permit, license, or decision that is the subject of the appeal;
(d) A clear, separate, and concise statement of every error alleged to have been committed;
(e) A clear and concise statement of facts upon which the requester relies to sustain
his or her statements of error; and
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