The public agenda

Published: Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 09:22 AM.

And by adopting an agenda and sticking to it the BOCC can avoid the perception that too many decisions, such as the EDC destruction, are discussed and decided out of the sunshine, out of the public’s eye.

The agenda for any public meeting belongs in theory to the public.

By failing to provide any detail about their bi-monthly meetings the BOCC turns that equation on its head and feeds the perception that government is a private, not public, club.

And that is an affront to every taxpayer and resident of this county.

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