Friday, October 14, 2005

CHANCELLOR MATHUR GETS BROWN PAPER

As we've reported, Chancellor Mathur has been served a "demand to cure or correct." That is, a member of the public has formally demanded that the board correct its violations of the Brown Act (for the Sept. 13 special closed meeting).

We've reproduced this "Brown Paper" below. (Click on the image to see a larger version.)

For information about the Brown Act, click the "Brown Act/1st Amendment Project" link at the top right of this webpage.

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