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Section 8. Appeals and Reconsideration . An applicant for assistance who is aggrieved by the decision of the approval authority on a Level 1 request may appeal that decision. All appeals must be in writing, and must state the basis for the appeal. All appeals must be mailed to: DVEM, ATTN: Maine National Guard State Family Program Coordinator State House Station #33, Augusta, ME 04333-0033. Level 1 appeals will be reviewed by the Maine Military Family Relief Fund Committee. The Maine Military Family Relief Fund Committee will provide a recommended decision to the Adjutant General on the appeal. The Adjutant General will review the appeal and the recommended decision from the Maine Military Family Relief Fund Committee and issue a final decision. Decisions will be issued in writing and will include a statement of the reasons for granting or denying the appeal . An applicant for assistance who is aggrieved by a decision of the Adjutant General denying or partially denying a Level 2 request for a grant or an appeal of a Level 1 request may request the Adjutant General to reconsider that decision. Requests for reconsideration must be in writing, and must state the basis for reconsideration. The decision of the Adjutant General whether to partially or fully grant or deny the request for reconsideration is final. Section 9. Reporting Requirements. A. The Maine National Guard Family Program Coordinator shall compile a quarterly report to the Adjutant General of all funds expended. The report shall contain information as to the military sponsor, military unit of the sponsor, rank of the military member, the amount of money provided, and the general reason for the award of funds, as well as any other information requested by the Adjutant General. B. The Adjutant General shall compile and report to the Joint Standing Committee of the Legislature for Legal and Veterans Affairs each year a summary report of the number of grants awarded, the range of grants and the average amount of each grant. STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 37-B M.R.S.A. §158 EFFECTIVE DATE: September 3, 2005 – filing 2005-351
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