Rule 3746-5-21 | Stays.
(A) The filing of an appeal does not suspend or stay execution of the action being appealed. Upon motion by appellant and for compelling reasons justifying it, the commission may suspend or stay such execution pending immediate determination of the appeal without interruption by continuances, other than for unavoidable circumstances.
(B) A motion for stay may be filed with the commission at any time during the proceeding and shall set forth the specific reasons for which it is being requested. In granting a stay, the commission may impose such conditions as are warranted by the circumstances including, where appropriate, the filing of a bond or other security as provided for in rule 3746-5-23 of the Administrative Code.