Evidence shows health board committee would have prefered discussing business in secret
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 7:52 am
Last week’s illegal meeting of a health board committee, however brief, reeks of an attempt to avoid obeying state statutes that govern open meetings.
Those involved can contend that’s not true, but the evidence suggests otherwise.
First, the director told this newspaper point blank nearly a month ago that it would not be allowed to attend meetings of this committee.
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