SANATOGA PA – Two personnel matters, a real estate item, and what Lower Pottsgrove Solicitor Robert Brant again described as “potential litigation” were the subjects of a township Board of Commissioners’ executive session held July 7 (2014; Monday) at 6:15 p.m., 45 minutes before the board’s regularly scheduled first meeting of the month in the Buchert Road municipal building.
Brant, who at the start of the regular meeting announced the session had been conducted, did not offer further details. He said commissioners merely were advised of and talked about the topics, and that “no action was taken” on them. The board previously discussed litigation in advance of its May meeting.
Board discussions of some legal and personnel matters are allowed by state law in closed-door meetings, not attended by the public, under certain circumstances. Official action on any topic, however, must be made only in public meetings.
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