Friday, July 13, 2012

Agenda notice requirements suspended

By David Danelski - Staff Writer The Press-Enterprise

The state suspends part of the Brown Act, but local agencies plan to keep following it.

City councils and the governing boards of counties, school districts, water districts and other local agencies are no longer required by state law to post agendas and disclose decisions made in closed sessions.

To save an estimated $96million, California legislators suspended the requirements as part of budget legislation adopted in last month. The suspension could last three years or longer.

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