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Keep Public In the Loop

July 16, 2013

Most of the time when public officials try end-runs around Ohio’s open meetings law, they sincerely just want to get things done for taxpayers in the most efficient ways possible....

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SpankysLastDance

Jul-16-13 9:16 PM

It probably happens in every township up and down both sides of the river. Where I live, the trustees could give a crap about anything. At least that is the impression I get of them. That would be in Smithfield Township, Jefferson County and Warren Township, Jefferson County. Actually, If you want to look at my video and maybe the general public can give me a good reason why no trustees care about my family's safety or have no concern for my property. here's a link *******youtu.be/yeP6ROJMnBE

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wvhoopie2

Jul-16-13 10:58 AM

Could this be happening in Wheeling or another cities or towns up and down the Ohio Valley? How many town councils do things like this against the WV Sunshine law. This might be a good article to show the public what happens in the Ohio Valley and how open to the public meetings keep down the amount of less scrupulous public officials that abuse the system..

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