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Apr 2017
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April 11, 2017

MSC grants MOAA on whether 60-day appeal period applies to challenges of permits to install control devices

The Michigan Supreme Court has granted mini-oral argument in South Dearborn Environmental Improvement Association Inc. v. Department of Environmental Quality, No. 326485 on the questions of (1) whether MCL 324.5505(8) and MCL 324.5506(14) prescribe the applicable time period for filing a petition for judicial review of the Department of Environmental Quality’s (“DEQ”) issuance of a permit to install control equipment, and (2) if not, whether the issuance of that permit was a decision of that agency subject to the contested case provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act, such that the 60-day period for filing a petition for judicial review set forth in MCR 7.119 applies.
 

Jul 2016
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July 14, 2016

COA determines 60-day appeal period applies to challenges to the issuance of permits to install control devices

In South Dearborn Environmental Improvement Association Inc. v. Department of Environmental Quality No. 326485, the Court of Appeals determined that MCR 7.119 governed, and requires appeals to be filed within 60 days of the granting of a permit to install certain control equipment. Since the petitioners appeal was within the 60-day period, the denial of the respondent’s motion to dismiss was upheld.

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