Good news from DeKalb for Whiteside board?
State’s attorney there reverses opinion about closed meetings
ROCK FALLS – The DeKalb County state’s attorney sided with his county board on Friday in an open meetings issue, saying its members could meet in separate political caucuses.
State’s Attorney Richard Schmack’s opinion could bolster the case of the Whiteside County Board, which has faced a similar controversy.
During a public meeting last week, the DeKalb County Board met in separate party caucuses to discuss the election of chairman and vice chairman, although Schmack had advised against doing so, saying it would violate the state Open Meetings Act.
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