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Right-to-Know: Public Meetings and Governmental Records Workshop

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal  who will discuss the requirements for holding a proper public meeting, as well the exceptions to the meeting requirement (the so-called "non-meeting").  The attorneys will also address managing virtual public access and allowing public body members to participate remotely when their physical attendance is not reasonably practical.  Consideration will also be directed at preparing meeting minutes and facilitating public comment through meeting rules of procedure.

Right-to-Know Law: Public Meetings & Governmental Records

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal  who will discuss the requirements for holding a proper public meeting, as well the exceptions to the meeting requirement (the so-called "non-meeting").  The attorneys will also address managing virtual public access and allowing public body members to participate remotely when their physical attendance is not reasonably practical.  Consideration will also be directed at preparing meeting minutes and facilitating public comment through meeting rules of procedure.

The Right-to-Know Law and Governmental Records

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal who will provide guidance on handling governmental record matters arising under the state’s Right-to-Know Law. Handling governmental records requests requires an understanding of all aspects of request processing including: the requirements for availability, storage, managing electronic records, redaction, mandated access for certain records and appointments for review of records.

The Right-to-Know Law and Governmental Records and Public Meetings Hybrid Workshop

Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal will discuss the requirements for holding a proper public meeting, as well the exceptions to the meeting requirement (the so-called "non-meeting"). The attorneys also address managing virtual public access and allowing public body members to participate remotely when their physical attendance is not reasonably practical. Consideration will also be directed at preparing meeting minutes and facilitating public comment through meeting rules of procedure.

The Right-to-Know Law and Governmental Records and Public Meetings Hybrid Workshop

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal  who will discuss the requirements for holding a proper public meeting, as well the exceptions to the meeting requirement (the so-called "non-meeting").  The attorneys will also address managing virtual public access and allowing public body members to participate remotely when their physical attendance is not reasonably practical.  Consideration will also be directed at preparing meeting minutes and facilitating public comment through meeting rules of procedure.

The Right-to-Know Law and Governmental Records Webinar

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Natch Greyes who will provide guidance on handling governmental record matters arising under the Right-to-Know Law.