(c) Complaints filed under this section and due process hearings under §303.430(d).
If a written complaint is received that is also the subject of a due process hearing under §303.430(d), or contains multiple issues of which one or more are part of that hearing, the State must set aside any part of the complaint that is being addressed in the due process hearing until the conclusion of the hearing. However, any issue in the complaint that is not a part of the due process hearing must be resolved using the time limit and procedures described in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.
If an issue raised in a complaint filed under this section has previously been decided in a due process hearing involving the same parties—
The due process hearing decision is binding on that issue; and
The lead agency must inform the complainant to that effect.
A complaint alleging a lead agency, public agency, or EIS provider’s failure to implement a due process hearing decision must be resolved by the lead agency.
(Approved by Office of Management and Budget under control number 1820-NEW)
Last modified on May 2, 2017