How very interesting.
This is the posted agenda for Monday's BoF meeting:
1.Call the Meeting to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Meeting Minutes~ 6.12.17
4. New Business:
a. Introduction of New Employee
b. Discussion Re: 06/28 w/DOR (portions w/Advisory Committee)
c. Action RE: Representative to MPO
d. Action RE: Annual Appointments
e. Action RE: Otter River Sportsman’s One-Day Licenses
f. Action RE: Open Space Plan Submission to the State
g. Action RE: Open Space Grant Re: Land Acquisition at TDC
h. Action RE: BoS member to attend Advisory Committee Meetings
i. Action RE: FY ’17 Budget Transfer Request(s)
j. Action RE: Response to OML Complaint of J. Farrell
k. Action RE: Response to OML Complaint of R. May
l. Action RE: Filing of OML Complaint #1 w/Advisory Committee
m. Action RE: Filing of OML Complaint #2 w/Advisory Committee
n. Action RE: Memo of TA Re: Options to Fill Position
o. Update RE: Town Website Renewal Project
p. Update RE: Scholarship Committee
q. Update RE: Audit Workpaper Review/Approval
5. Old Business:
6. Public Comment
7. Board & Staff Member Comments & Reports
8. Potential Request for Executive Session
The listing of Agenda items is those reasonably anticipated by the Chair which may be discussed at the meeting. Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent it is permitted by law.
THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
So IF this meeting has been posted improperly - not within the 48 hour timeframe per the Open Meeting Law- maybe these select people might want to consider tabling the filing of 2 open meeting law violations against the Advisory Committee?
At least until they can figure out how to post a meeting correctly within the 48 hour timeframe.
'Cause wouldn't THAT be ironic?
Discussing filing an OML violation against another board/committee at a meeting that has not been posted correctly and possibly in violation of the OML?
My opinions as always!