Upon receipt of a written application for a new shooting preserve operating permit, the department shall notify the public of the application by publishing notice of the time and manner in which interested persons may present data, opinions, or arguments in writing to the department on the application and the manner in which interested persons may request status as an interested party and request receipt of written notice of the decision of the department. The department shall publish the notice once at least twenty days prior to the time designated by the department in the published notice in at least three newspapers of general circulation in areas of the state likely to be affected by the proposed permit. No more than ten days after the time designated by the department in the published notice, the department shall provide and mail by certified mail, return receipt requested, written notice of its decision made in accordance with the requirements of §  41-10-7 to the applicant and to any person who submitted within the prescribed time and manner data, opinions, or arguments in writing to the department in opposition to issuance of the new operating permit and who requested the status as an interested party in accordance with this section and the published notice. The date that written notice of the decision is mailed to the applicant and to an interested person who requested the status of an interested party constitutes the respective date notice of application denial or approval has been provided as referenced in §§  41-10-7.1 and 41-10-7.2 .

Terms Used In South Dakota Codified Laws 41-10-4.5

  • Person: includes individuals, partnerships, associations, corporations, and limited liability companies. See South Dakota Codified Laws 41-10-1
  • written: include typewriting and typewritten, printing and printed, except in the case of signatures, and where the words are used by way of contrast to typewriting and printing. See South Dakota Codified Laws 2-14-2

Source: SL 1995, ch 237; SL 2005, ch 226, § 4.