Goldstein questions legality of exchanges
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Saturday, August 30
Councilman Philip Goldstein, concerned about the legality of his colleagues exchanging emails about city business, directed city attorney Doug Haynie this week to give a presentation on the state’s “sunshine laws.” Official meetings must be public...

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