In Middleton, the Board of Selectmen was accused of setting the town’s tax rate while its meeting was in recess. In Marblehead, the Board of Health has discussed a key issue in secret for a year and a half. In Wenham, a resident says she was in the bathroom when she overheard Planning Board members […]
The Washington State Senate on Tuesday unanimously approved Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s agency-request bill to increase transparency in government by enhancing penalties for violations of Washington’s Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA).
The OPMA requires that all meetings of multimember governing bodies of local and state public agencies be open and accessible to the public.