Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe hosted dozens of public and appointed officials at a workshop on the Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA).
More than 90 people, including Gardner City Council members Larry Fotovich and Randy Gregorcyk and city administrator Cheryl Harrison-Lee, attended the two-hour presentation.
“Several city officials have expressed confusion over the scope and application of the KOMA and KORA laws,” Howe wrote in his invitation to city and county officials. School board members did not receive invitations to the event due to space constraints.
“It is our responsibility to promote transparency in local government by acting within the parameters of KOMA and the (Kansas Open Records Act),” Howe wrote.
(Read more at the Gardner News)