Can a governing body hold a meeting closed to the public?

Published 03/24/2008 07:55 AM   |    Updated 05/18/2009 02:48 PM

Can a governing body hold a meeting closed to the public?

Yes, but only under specific circumstances.  A governing body may hold an executive session if the meeting is held for one of the instances specifically listed in I.C. ยง5-14-1.5-6.1(b).

 

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