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32A. Medically Indigent Guidelines Ordinance

IDAHO COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 32 A
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING GUIDELINES FOR MEDICALLY INDIGENT CASES AND PROVIDING FOR TIME LIMITATION WHEN FILING A DEMAND FOR RECONSIDERATION AND APPEAL OF A DECISION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO TO-WIT:
SECTION 1. In the case of an appeal of the decision of the Board of County Commissioners of Idaho County, Idaho (Herein the “Board”), the following guideline shall be followed or the appeal shall be dismissed.
SECTION 2. Proceedings for the Reconsideration and Appeal of the Board’s decision concerning a medically indigent application shall be initiated by a written demand for Reconsideration and Appeal.
SECTION 3. A written demand for Reconsideration and Appeal shall be served on the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners within 28 days of the date of decision.
SECTION 4. In all cases where the Board receives a written demand for Reconsideration and Appeal the Board shall reconsider the application and any new evidence submitted along with the written demand at the next regularly scheduled board meeting and set the case for an evidentiary hearing to occur as soon as practicable.
This ordinance shall be effective upon its passage, approval and publication pursuant law in the Idaho County Free Press.
This ordinance passed under a suspension of the rule requiring three (3) readings on separate days at a regular meeting of the Idaho County Commissioners held on the 16th day of November, 1994.
GEORGE ENNEKING
PAT LONG
HARRY OWENS
ATTEST:
ROSE GEHRING, CLERK
TO BE ENACTED BY THE IDAHO STATE LEGISLATURE
31- 3505A.    The time periods provided by the Idaho Administrative Procedure Act shall govern the Appeal of any decision affecting a Medically Indigent Application by a Board of County Commissioners of any County.
Drafted by :
Wesley W. Hoyt
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

At the request of the Idaho County Board of County Commissioners

 

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