Did Seattle violate open-meetings law ahead of head-tax repeal vote?

By Lewis Kamb
Open-government advocates worry that the mayor and City Council may have conferred and made decisions outside a public meeting — which would be a violation. And the city’s meeting announcement to the media also missed the required 24 hours advance notice. [READ MORE HERE]

Source: Seattle Times

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