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Correct that correction
February 8, 2012 - Jessica Collier
OK, I'm hoping this is the last time I have to correct this.
But since then, I've gotten yet another time frame, and I can't imagine that this one will be corrected, but who knows?
Now what I'm hearing is that the APA order was actually issued on Jan. 31, not on Jan. 20, the day the board made the decision. Parties will have 60 days from the day the order was issued to appeal the decision.
So that means April 1 — yes, April Fools' Day — is the deadline to file an Article 78 challenge to the board's decision. APA spokesman Keith McKeever said that since that day is a Sunday, it will probably actually be a Monday deadline.
So. That's that. Here's a copy of the public notice of the order.
Isn't that scribd thing neat? The Times Union's Capitol Confidential blog uses it a lot, so I decided to give it a try. It works better than the document poster I tried on here before, which I won't link to, because it didn't work well.
On a random side note, whenever I think of April Fools' Day, I am reminded of my favorite April Fools' joke when I was a kid. I used to go up to people and say, "You have a TV on your head! ... April Fools!" I don't know why, but I thought it was the funniest thing ever when I was maybe 8 or so. One of my best friends reminds me of it every year.
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