Brown Act violations in June

The Pacific Collegiate board met twice in June in addition to the posted and noticed June 2 full meeting of the board.  According to minutes recently released, the board met on June 7 and June 29.

According to the First Amendment Coalition and others, public agencies must use their regular practices to notice all meetings.  Because PCS has established the practice of noticing meetings on their website, they cannot selectively choose not to notice certain meetings. There are no two-tiered communications allowed in publicly funded organization; it is clear that members received exclusive communication, but non-members were excluded from attending this meetings.  Both meetings covered important issues relating to the facility lease and the charter renewal.


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