Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Policy Committee agenda violates Open Meetings Act

If you take a look at the agenda, link, for the Policy Committee meeting tonight, you will find the following;

Future Topics: Various topics will be presented as time allows.(Discussion/Action)
It is illegal to "discuss" an item that is not on an agenda, much less take "action" on it. The Open Meetings Act reads;
Meeting notices shall include an agenda containing
a list of specific items of business to be discussed or
transacted at the meeting. (emphasis added)
Where except in the minds of the leadership of the APS and their lawyers, does "various topics" meet the specificity required by the law, and by their obligations to interest holders?

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