Councilmember Jon Nelson requests objection to previous meeting’s executive session be recorded in minutes
February 26, 2020
In the state of Wyoming, executive sessions are not uncommon when it comes to public meetings of governing bodies. Indeed, the Wyoming State Statute allows city, county, state and local powers to enter an executive session to discuss a variety of issues ranging from discussion of personnel to matters of litigation or national security.
Both the current and previous incarnations of the Saratoga Town Council have used their right to executive session, often remarking that no decisions were made and sealing the minutes of the session. At the February 4 meeting, the council entered an executive...