open meetings law
At it's June 8 meeting, Asheville City Council: • endorsed a state bill that would allow the option of public financing of elections and • approved enforcement rules and penalties for its new stormwater-plan, voting to require undisturbed 30-foot stream buffers while not approving the requirement of larger buffers. Four Council members may have violated North Carolina's open meetings law when they met at Pack's Tavern after the Council session. State law considers any gathering of a quorum of elected officials to be an official meeting. Council member Esther Mannheimer said that the gathering was purely social and therefore would not be a violation of that law.
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