California: San Diego County Supervisors declare Brown Act dead

After stating that they would follow the Brown Act, the state’s open meeting law,  even though the state withdrew funding for the act, San Diego County Supervisors reversed themselves by declaring the act dead in refusing to comply with it, writes Miriam Raftery in the East County Magazine.

An open government group had challenged the Supervisors over their action without public notice to name a replacement for the county’s chief administrative officer. -db

From a commentary for East County Magazine, September 23, 2012, by Miriam Raftery.

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