From Utica Observer-Dispatch:
UTICA — School boards legally can meet in private for several reasons, including matters of security, contract agreements or to discuss pending litigation.
One thing they can’t talk about in executive session: The budget.
Yet that’s what some members of the Utica City School District Board of Education say happened Tuesday.
A few state FOIA and local open government news items selected from many of interest that we might or might not have drawn attention to earlier in the week:
Michigan schools create their own FOIA interpretations
From Nyack-Piermont Patch:
Rhea Vogel of New City filed complaints about three Clarkstown Board of Education meetings with the New York State Committee on Open Government on December 8. Vogel said she felt the action was necessary.