Confidential Government Information

The Airport Board is considering this:

[A] policy involving the closing of meetings to discuss preliminary business and development authorities at the airport until Mick Taleff, airport attorney, can be present to address board member concerns.

I wonder what part of this they don't understand:
Article II, Section 9. Right to know. No person shall be deprived of the right to examine documents or to observe the deliberations of all public bodies or agencies of state government and its subdivisions, except in cases in which the demand of individual privacy clearly exceeds the merits of public disclosure.

Where's the Tribune on this? Maybe they did sign a confidentiality agreement?


Anonymous said...

I'm not saying it is Nazi Germany.

I'm saying None Dare Call It Conspiracy.

Anonymous said...

Now just what are you trying to hide from the public Cynthia?

Maybe its time to move to a moderate conservative town like Seattle or Portland?

Anonymous said...

Cynthia Schultz doesn't want to hide anything, she just doesn't want her board to get any funny 'ideas'.

It's all about control.

Anonymous said...

As in damage control - hide the facts

Anonymous said...

What is the Tribune?

Anonymous said...

Definitions of tribune

(n) tribune (ancient Rome) an official elected by the plebeians to protect their interests)