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Question: Closed Officer Meeting an Open Meeting Act Violation?

I'm president of a PTO group in KY. Our state has the Open Meeting Act. We're running into some confusion on some meetings and need help. I've told my fellow officers that we can have meetings without advertising them so long as we aren't voting, making big group decisions, etc. I even asked another PTO president from our state how they handled it. She said that they hold separate officer/board meetings and were advised to make them closed in case sensitive information was discussed. Does anyone know one way or the other? We don't want to violate any guidelines, although my research into that area has been sorta vague. Thank you!


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