As a public body they are required by law to post their budget. They are also required to provide any information such as their paid bills.
They hired people and don't tell the cost of the new employee or who they are.
I believe all of their union people are under contracts and within those contracts are pay rates. As for non-union, they are required to provide that information as well. If nothing else, file a FOIA request and they must provide all information within, I believe, five days.
Can't appointed a new board member. What's taking so long? Give it to the next person with votes. Whot's friend do you want?
Ignoring your spelling and grammar, I will agree with you that the person who got the most votes would be the easiest, most likely and best way for them to fill a vacancy.
Didn't disuses appointing new member in OPEN Session! What are you hiding?
Again, overlooking obvious errors, I think you have a point here. I would not have thought those discussions could not take place in any meeting where the public was not in view. I don't think an appointed board member falls under the protection of "protected matters". I'd like to hear about that one myself.
"WHERE HAVE YOU GONE kATHY hAGNAUER" WE NEED YOU NOW!!!!!
She only left a couple of weeks ago. Apparently she had enough of public criticism. Who can blamer her? I believe they have a certain time period in which to fill the vacancy.
Quit hiding and not telling the public.
Their meetings are open to the public except during this pandemic. Have you ever attended a meeting? Now they do have certain legal opportunities to go into a private (non-public) session to discuss things like employee misconduct. The decisions they make in those sessions still have to be announced in public.
Is there something particular you're not hearing that you would like to know more about? You raised some interesting points. I would like to hear more.