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Guest Li Longo

Our local Council has done away with regularly scheduled separate committee meetings, at several meetingss this has led to a failure to call for public participation and has made it impossible for the public to know what time a specific committee will be reporting.


This appears to be a failure of basic rules of public meetings. Can someone please provide specific information on if this violates Roberts Rules?


Thank you

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I agree with both previous responses and would add that if this is a public body, such as a town council, it is almost certainly subject to your state's open meetings laws (sunshine laws).   Those laws usually provide for the amount and type of notice that must be provided to the public for various meetings.  Your council's rules and other laws (such as city charter) may have additional provisions.

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