Thu Jul 2, 2020

Editorial: Whether it’s willful or a misinterpretation, commissioners keep closed session details hidden from public

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Just because the county commissioners hold a closed session doesn’t mean what happens is forever secret and shielded from public view.

An investigation by The News Reporter shows that county commissioners’ closed sessions minutes rarely provide required information about what happens, though a general accounting of discussions is required

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