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A&A: Violation of Brown Act by fellow board members

Violation of Brown Act by fellow board members Q: I am an elected official. I believe some of my fellow board members are violating the Brown Act and other public meeting laws. How do I go about getting an investigation into their activities and decision on potential violations and corrections or cures to potential violations? A: Without knowing the factual background of your belief, or what evidence you have supporting your allegations, it seems you

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A&A: Obligation to stated agenda

Obligation to stated agenda Q: Labor law requires that in order to negotiate a new contract the union’s proposals must be presented in a public meeting. The School District agendized the sunshining of a teamsters union contract proposal but did not have the proposal available at the meeting or place the proposal on its website.  It only showed on its website a copy of a letter requesting a meeting between Teamster and the District.I protested

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Response

Equal Justice Society Criticizes CFAC Suit against State Bar for records on affirmative action. Group Says Issue is Privacy, not Political Correctness. CFAC’s lawyer responds. CFAC’s executive director recently criticized the California State Bar for its refusal to cooperate with a UCLA professor who is seeking bar records for academic research on affirmative action in law school admissions. CFAC has filed suit, together with the UCLA Professor, Richard Sander, to force release of the data

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Alleged Brown Act violations force revision of La Mesa water district rate increases

Active citizens won a reprieve on water district rate hikes claiming the Helix Water Board violated the requirement that the public be given adequate notice of any rate increases. The board voted to cancel a hearing and revise its rate hike proposal to accommodate public concerns about its fairness. -DB East County Magazine May 24, 2009 By Dennis Moore LA MESA, Calif. – Following a joint investigation by East County Magazine and Channel 10 news

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