The attorney for the Pelahatchie Board of Alderman accused the Kingfish of submitting an Open Meetings Act complaint to generate headlines for this website. Yours Truly filed an Open Meetings Act problem against the Pelahatchie Board of Aldermen on July 2 with the Mississippi Ethics Commission. Yesterday City Lawyer John Wakeland replied to the issue.
It is thought that the Complaint was not filed to correct an alleged open up meetings violation, but rather to create a news headline for the use and benefit of the Complainant blogger. Nice try. The “complainant blogger”‘s record as a public records activist is fairly popular. The Kingfish has gone to court three times over public records.
There are in least half a dozen Public Records views at the Ethics Commission with my name with them. Simply put, the public has a right to know what its elected staff are doing at general public meetings. If secrecy is necessary, the statutory rules allows the Panel to use the professional session to discuss sensitive matters. The other reporters grumble about the huddling but never do anything about any of it repeatedly.
- Avery Dennison
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- Wolky – Jewel, Ruby, Tulip or Cloggies
- Create multiple random reporting layouts
- 1040 12/31/1998 5,923.33
- Second, we aren’t innovating to resolve a person need or challenge but an interior revenue difference
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