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Discussing and approving new agenda items without notice blindsides the taxpaying public.
UVA's Board of Visitors and ALL public bodies should aspire to exceed the requirements of the letter of the FOIA law.
Exchanging email may not have been a meeting in Fairfax case, but there's always the potential.
With the recent shooting at Chardon High School, where does the blame lie and how do we solve the growing epidemic?
Localities should not adopt rules that interfere with citizens' right to record open meetings.
What is meant by the "intended" use of FOIA?
Shouldn't there be a body in Virginia that can investigate and enforce FOIA violations, and resolve disputes, too?
Did you know that four times a year, City staff packs up the entire City Council meeting, from microphones to the City Seal and takes it on the road to your neighborhood?
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