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DELTA VILLAGE COUNCIL: Sweeping Rules Changes Affect Special Council Meetings & Public Comment

By: Jesse Davis
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
jesse@thevillagereporter.com

During other regular business on Monday, the Delta Village Council passed several sweeping changes to how notifications are made regarding special meetings and other emergencies.

The rules previously required all vacancies on the council to be advertised in a newspaper, that applications submitted within seven days of the publication would be accepted.

Under the new rules, not only may the council advertise in any “media” of their choice, but it is made explicit that the council “shall have no obligation to advertise…


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