[nfbmi-talk] about monday's meeting of mcb
Christine_Boone at comcast.net
Thu Apr 29 21:02:22 UTC 2010
I read the invitation again...it is not a case...it is a written memo from
the attorney, on the commission's responsibilities under all of those laws
/any other acts:
That is what I believe.
Check out the language again:
II. Closed Session: The Board may vote to go into closed session to discuss
Attorney/Client Privileged written advice regarding the legal authorities of
the Commission under the Randolph Sheppard Act, Act 260 of 1978, and any
relevant statutes, rules or regulations.
Tomorrow though. Must put foot up as I have been very bad today and it is
not a happy foot!
I want to check open meetings act language.
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Subject: [nfbmi-talk] about monday's meeting of mcb
Is this the case that will be discussed? I am a bit confused by the nature
of the MCB special meeting Monday....
Eagle v. Cannon et al
Table with 2 columns and 16 rows
Terry D. Eagle
Patrick D. Cannon, Jo Ann Pilarski, Constance Zanger, James Hull, Cheryl L.
Heibeck and Gary Kosch
March 2, 2010
Michigan Western District Court
Southern Division (1) Office [
Court Info ]
Judge Janet T. Neff
Magistrate Judge Ellen S. Carmody
Nature of Suit:
Civil Rights - Other Civil Rights
20:107 Randolph-Sheppard Act/Vending Stand Act
Jury Demanded By:
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