Thursday, January 12, 2006

State House cracking down on the City Council?

The state legislature is considering making the Open Meeting Laws less ambiguous and with more bite and more streamlined.

It would be a step in the right direction to stopping the collusion, cronyism and corruption that
pervades our State. Let you legistlator know you support it!

1 comment:

the sak said...

The supervisory power of Boston City Council Staff Director A. Hess is such that many people who contact Council offices are deflected. For example, enquiries for stenographic machine transcripts, public communications of our Boston City Council are denied, delayed or deflected. Sunshine open public meetings, FOI Freedom of Information freedom of information public records, open government principles denied, delayed or deflected by the staff director an unelected administrator.