When the commission denies an application for a permit or license, or intends to consider the suspension or revocation of a license, the commission or executive director shall notify the person in writing of their opportunity for a hearing. Such notice shall be given by registered mail and shall include the reason for the commission's action and shall inform the party that they are entitled to a hearing, provided said hearing is requested within thirty days of the date of the mailing of the notice. The notice shall set forth the rights of the party to appear at such hearing with or by an attorney, and to examine witnesses for or against them. Upon written notification that a hearing is requested, the commission shall schedule a hearing at the next regularly scheduled commission meeting unless otherwise agreed to by both the commission and the party. An individual may waive their right to an adjudication hearing by notifying the commission in writing, or by failing to request a hearing within the proper time period.
All hearings will be held in a time and location determined by the commission, wherein all interested parties will be so informed.