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Subject 42-1-6 PUBLIC HEARINGS

Rule 42-1-6-.01 Notice of Hearing

A notice of any hearing called for such purpose must be given by the Commission by publishing a notice of such hearing for a period of not less than five days in a newspaper of general circulation published in the City of Atlanta and in such other newspapers as the Commission may prescribe. No public hearing shall be held prior to five days after the last day of such period publication. The Commission must also mail or electronically communicate a copy of the notice and a copy of the proposed marketing order or proposed amendments to all dealers and distributors of propane whose names and addresses are on file with the Commission.

Rule 42-1-6-.02 Hearing

(1) All hearings must be public, and all testimony must be received under oath.
(2) A full and complete record of the proceedings at a hearing must be made and maintained on file in the office of the Commission.
(3) A hearing may be conducted by the Commission or by a member of the Commission, as may be designated by the Commission in each instance; but no decision will be made based on hearings conducted other than by the Commission itself, at which a majority of the Commission members are present, until the Commission members have been afforded an opportunity to review the hearing record.
(4) When the Commission conducts a hearing, its recommendations must be based on findings reached after a review of the record of the hearing.