Decision A336M – Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District

LA-BR-4-M

Decision Date: May 12, 2004

Decision Type: PERB Decision

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Perc Vol: 28
Perc Index: 137

Decision Headnotes

1107.00000 – CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES;PROCEDURES BEFORE THE BOARD
1107.01000 – Exceptions; Responses to Exceptions; Standing; Extensions of Time/Late Filing/Waiver

The 30-day time period under PERB Regulation 60000 is not a jurisdictional statute of limitations. Late filings may be excused for good cause under Regulation 32136. Good cause was not established here because filing party failed to read Regulation 60000.

1307.00000 – REPRESENTATION ISSUES; QUESTION CONCERNING REPRESENTATION (QCR)
1307.01000 – In General/Definition

The 30-day time period under PERB Regulation 60000 is not a jurisdictional statute of limitations. Late filings may be excused for good cause under Regulation 32136. Good cause was not established here because filing party failed to read Regulation 60000.

1311.00000 – REPRESENTATION ISSUES; JUDICIAL REVIEW, REPRESENTATION, DECISIONS
1311.01000 – In General

The 30-day time period under PERB Regulation 60000 is not a jurisdictional statute of limitations. Late filings may be excused for good cause under Regulation 32136. Good cause was not established here because filing party failed to read Regulation 60000.

1311.00000 – REPRESENTATION ISSUES; JUDICIAL REVIEW, REPRESENTATION, DECISIONS
1311.02000 – Procedural Issues

The 30-day time period under PERB Regulation 60000 is not a jurisdictional statute of limitations. Late filings may be excused for good cause under Regulation 32136. Good cause was not established here because filing party failed to read Regulation 60000.