(A) Any party or any affected person, firm, or corporation may file an application for rehearing, within thirty days after the issuance of a board order, in the manner and form and circumstances set forth in section 4903.10 of the Revised Code. An application for rehearing must set forth the specific ground or grounds upon which the applicant considers the board order to be unreasonable or unlawful. An application for rehearing must be accompanied by a memorandum in support, which sets forth an explanation of the basis for each ground for rehearing identified in the application for rehearing and which shall be filed no later than the application for rehearing.
(B) Any party may file a memorandum contra within ten days after the filing of an application for rehearing.
(C) As provided in section 4903.10 of the Revised Code, all applications for rehearing must be submitted within thirty days after an order has been journalized by the secretary of the board, or in the case of an application that is subject to automatic approval under the board's procedures, an application for rehearing must be submitted within thirty days after the date on which the automatic time frame has expired, unless the application has been suspended by the board.
(D) A party or any affected person, firm, or corporation may only file one application for rehearing to a board order within thirty days following the entry of the order upon the journal of the board.
(E) The board, the chairman of the board, or the administrative law judge may issue an order granting rehearing for the purpose of affording the board more time to consider the issues raised in an application for rehearing.
Replaces: part of 4906-7-17
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 11/30/2020
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03
Rule Amplifies: 4903.22, 4906.03 , 4906.10, 4906.11, 4906.12, 4906.20
Prior Effective Dates: 12/27/76, 6/10/89, 8/28/98, 12/15/03, 1/25/09, 5/7/09