Posts Tagged ‘attorney-client privilege’

Who May Attend a Closed Session?

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Two new members have been elected to the Pleasantville town council and are scheduled to be sworn in at the December meeting. A special meeting has been called for November 25, at which the current board plans to address several matters in closed session. As set out in the meeting notice, those matters are: Discussion […]

Closed Session Minutes and General Accounts Under the Public Records Law

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

North Carolina’s open meetings and public records laws contain the core transparency requirements for local governments. They’re so often considered together that they can be thought of as first cousins, or even siblings. But they’re not twins, and the North Carolina Supreme Court has made clear that their requirements must be considered independently.  (“The Public […]