California: Capistrano school district refuses to record closed sessions on union negotiations

The Capistrano Unified School District board of trustees on advice of counsel rejected the idea of recording sensitive closed-door negotiations with employee unions.

The lawyer said the recording of sessions would chill the discussions and could be used as evidence in lawsuits alleging violations of the Brown Act, the state’s open meeting law. -db

From the San Clemente Patch, March 14, 2012, by Penny Arévalo.

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