City may have violated Open Meetings Law: Northfield News

NORTHFIELD — Five City Council members have now confirmed that they met individually with the city administrator to discuss withholding tax reimbursements from Waterford Township, an apparent violation of state Open Meetings Law. Read the article here.

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One response to “City may have violated Open Meetings Law: Northfield News

  1. sueinmn

    It certainly seems that City Attorneys are giving BAD advice these days. Can we get the managing Editor of the RE to become interrested in this subject?
    Fines for breaking the Open Meetings Law are $300 per violation, though attorneys fees can be awarded if the case goes to court. Violators can be removed from office if they are found to have violated the law in three separate law suits.
    This council needs to be held accountable in many aspects.

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