Derby postpones decision to loosen open meetings rules

Derby City Council voted Tuesday to postpone a decision on an updated set of meeting procedures that included fewer restrictions on when elected officials can meet in private.
The new procedures would allow up to four officials – including the mayor – to meet in private without notifying the public, which is in line with the Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA).
For now, Derby has a more restrictive policy of only allowing two Council members, plus the mayor, to meet outside of the public eye.

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