- • proceedings may be conducted by telephone
(1) The principal office of the Land Use Board of Appeals shall be in the state capital, but the board may hold hearings in any county or city in order to provide reasonable opportunities to parties to appear before the board with as little inconvenience and expense as is practicable. Upon request of the board, the county or city governing body shall provide the board with suitable rooms for hearings held in that city or county.
(2) For the convenience of one or more of the parties, the board may hold hearings by telephone. [1983 c.827 §29; 1999 c.257 §2]
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