Georgia Attorney General questions legality of closed meeting

The office of the Georgia Attorney General has notified the attorneys for the city of Dunwoody that it is likely the city violated the state Open Meetings Act when it promulgated a policy on city boards and commissions in an executive session, closed to the public.  Acting in response to a complaint filed by The Crier, Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Colangelo wrote that based on documents, records and published reports the city council met in executive session June 13 to discuss a memo about possible conflicts of interest. Those conflicts could result from council members and city board members being members of such groups as the Dunwoody Homeowners’ Association.    Read the article………….


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