Boulder County has asked the Boulder District Court to order Gunbarrel resident Kristin Bjornsen to pay more than $3,900 in attorney’s fees and related costs — an amount the attorney’s office contends represents only a small portion of the expenses it incurred in defending the county in Bjornsen’s open-meetings and open-records lawsuit. Bjornsen said in…
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Littleton voters restrict City Council’s use of closed-door meetings
From Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition:
By Jeffrey A. Roberts, CFOIC Executive Director
Buried in Tuesday’s Colorado election results was a measure approved by Littleton residents that severely restricts the City Council’s ability to discuss public business in private.
AG’s office to hold Open Meeting Law forum in Danvers
From Wicked Local: Danvers — Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Office will hold an educational forum on the Open Meeting Law in Danvers from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 in the Health Professions and Student Services Building at North Shore Community College’s Danvers campus, 1 Ferncroft Road.
This forum is part of a broad effort by the AG’s office to assist public bodies in understanding and complying with the requirements of the Open Meeting Law. State, local, regional and county public bodies are required to comply with the Open Meeting Law.
District denies access to public records during open meeting