Board majority holds closed meeting
Attorney says get-together violates law
ROCK FALLS – The Democratic majority of the Whiteside County Board met behind closed doors Wednesday night, which a state press association attorney says was a violation of the Open Meetings Act.
The meeting was not advertised, and the public was barred from attending. A reporter was warned the police would be called if he didn’t leave.
The Democrats called the meeting a caucus, which they said they hold every 2 years. The Republicans, they said, do the same.
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