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And does an absentee count as a member for purposes of defining a majority vote on substantive matters?...So are, as nearly as I can tell, the state's open-meeting law (the Ralph M. Brown Act ) and the most commonly used guide to parliamentary
The purpose of the Task Force is to protect the public's interest in open government ...June 22, 2012 Open-government activists believe, and with good reason, that the Board of Supervisors' May 22 vote to oust three incumbents from the Sunshine
June 19, 2012 In moving to push Bruce Wolfe off the city's Sunshine Ordinance Task Force on May 22, Supervisor Scott Wiener attacked the 11-member body in a way that was venomous and mendacious. From the board dais, Wiener labeled the task force as
I believe very strongly in the Sunshine Ordinance, transparency and efficiency in government. I also believe that the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force is an essential component of ensuring that our City departments are open with members of the public.
The Rules Committee then continued action on those seats until the entities submitted additional names. Legally, there is nothing problematic about such a continuance...Regarding public comment With respect to your question about why the City
He's got an extensive legislative agenda good for him and he's effective at getting bills passed. We're with him on nightlife, and even on nudity towels in the Castro. But he's been taking on some more disturbing causes of late he's managed to
Scott Wiener is calling for an audit of the costs of complying with the city's Sunshine Ordinance -- a move that could lead to some great ideas for better public access to records or to a dangerous attack on one of the city's most important local
While I disagree with the points on Dufty, it should be noted that he was not appointed by Newsom as the article states. In fact, Bevan won his seat outright in a runoff in 2002 against Eileen Hansen. Newsom was a Supervisor at the time.