Mass. Attorney General’s Office declines to investigate Open Meeting Law complaint against Palmer Redevelopment Authority

From PALMER – The Attorney General’s Office has declined to investigate an Open Meeting Law complaint against the Palmer Redevelopment Authority lodged by Paul E. Burns regarding what he said were violations of requirements for quorums and for posting meetings, as well as the use of remote participation when it had not been formally adopted.

In the Sept. 18 letter to Burns, Hanne Rush, assistant attorney general in the division of open government, wrote that complaints alleging Open Meeting Law violations must be filed with the public body within 30 days of the alleged violation.

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