Boulder County reaches settlement with resident in open meetings, open records lawsuit

Daily Camera (Boulder): Boulder County and a Gunbarrel resident have settled a lawsuit in which the resident alleged the county violated open meetings and open records laws in connection with a proposed affordable housing project in the Gunbarrel area.

A Nov. 26 settlement signed by Kristin Bjornsen, who represented herself, and Boulder County commissioners’ staff deputy Michelle Krezek stipulates that the Boulder County commissioners board will provide advance authorization of all separately held executive sessions and will confirm or notify the public whether a scheduled executive session took place. Additionally, the commissioners agreed to abide by the Colorado Open Meetings Law if they hold what the statute considers an electronic public meeting. The settlement also awards Bjornsen $4,000 in damages.

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