Unlocking Local Government UpdateBy
For the third consecutive time, the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors met behind closed doors at the end of a regular board meeting. But that’s business as usual for these supervisors — doing the public’s business out of view of the public. In 16 of 26 meetings between January and August of 2009, the board closed the doors to the public and met in private, according to the minutes of all the board’s meetings posted online.
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