Closed meeting questioned
Board members won’t reveal discussion details
MORRISON – Whiteside County Board members on Thursday continued to defend their decision to meet behind closed doors to discuss the selection of a new board chairman.
Others say the board broke the law.
Wednesday night, the board’s Democratic majority met at a union hall in Rock Falls. No public notice was provided for the meeting – they called it a caucus – and the public was barred from attending.
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