A&A: Does Brown Act allow vote to be changed after a meeting adjourns?
Q: I recently witnessed a Planning Commission vote which was changed after adjournment. There is a “protocol” listed on the city’s website that says a vote can be changed within 48 hours. That sounds like a violation of the Brown Act to me. A: Given that, per the Brown Act, legislative bodies are generally required to conduct their business in open meetings, and cannot meet or otherwise confer with each other outside the confines of a properly