Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Rancho Santiago College Foundation Considers "Unconditional" Open Meeting Law Compliance
(Coker; NavelGazing)

Asked at a March forum about Rancho Santiago Community College District's controversial $105 million consulting contract with two technical schools in Saudi Arabia, Chancellor Raul Rodriguez stated that the public community college's private foundation that struck the deal was not subject to California's open meetings law, commonly referred to as the Brown Act.

So, naturally, the foundation's board is scheduled to meet at noon today in the district trustees' board room to consider "approval and ratification of unconditional commitment as to compliance with the Ralph M. Brown Act," according to the agenda….

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Oaks is involved on this deal.

Anonymous said...

No but maybe Richard Morley

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