A case before the Colorado Court of Appeals focuses on what city councils and other government boards must tell the public before they meet in private.
Judge Russell Granger
Basalt town council members violated Colorado’s open meetings law in 2016 when they used email to discuss a retail marijuana resolution and other matters, a judge ruled.
How much specificity is required under the law when a government body votes to go into executive session? In two recent court decisions, judges in Jefferson and Eagle counties offered starkly different viewpoints.