What’s Snowmass Town Council talking about in executive session?

Snowmass Sun: When Snowmass Village Town Council meets behind closed doors in executive session, the town is supposed to be as specific as it can about the subject of those meetings.

The Colorado Revised Statute requires that the town identify “the particular matter to be discussed in as much detail as possible without compromising the purpose for which the executive session is authorized.”

But of the four executive sessions that the council has convened so far this year — on March 7, March 14, April 4 and May 16 — just the March 14 agenda included a description that went into much detail beyond the scope of “legal advice” or “negotiations.” That mid-March meeting was to get legal advice on the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the agenda said.

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