South Dakota Open Meeting Commission: School Board Member Telephone Calls Didn’t Violate Open Meetings Law

Scott Swier
Founding Member, Attorney At Law
Posted on Nov 22, 2014

Officials for a rural South Dakota school district did not violate state open meeting laws despite exchanging private phone calls before suspending a superintendent, according to the state’s Open Meeting Commission.

The state’s open meetings group met Friday in Sioux Falls and determined there wasn’t enough evidence to show the Plankinton School District officials acted unlawfully.

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