“The open meetings law requires that when three or more members meet and public business is discussed, the meeting must be open to the public at all times,” said Brad Miller, the attorney for the Thompson school board.
May 23, 2015
“The open meetings law requires that when three or more members meet and public business is
May 21, 2015
Audience members compared Kerrigan, who called for innovation in the contract, to Adolph Hitler,
May 21, 2015
At a 2013 gun-rights rally Dunafon referred to his small (0.6 square miles, 4,200 residents)
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Audience members compared Kerrigan, who called for innovation in the contract, to Adolph Hitler, and shouted “Long live the king.”
Fund raising invitations citing specific legislation appear inappropriate…
At a 2013 gun-rights rally Dunafon referred to his small (0.6 square miles, 4,200 residents) enclave inside Denver as “the Vatican of liberty.” But it’s looking more like the Vatican and less like liberty now.
From the flyer — “The JCEA leadership has been getting a lot of questions about the legalities and logistics regarding a potential strike.”
Colorado is inviting Medicaid fraud by paying claims without provider identifier numbers.
As I have noted before, infrastructure that is funded out of user fees tends to be better maintained than infrastructure that is funded out of tax dollars.
Last year’s passage of Proposition 104 has opened the door to watch the school district-union negotiation process. Citizens are now better empowered to study and question the logic behind certain provisions sprinkled through various union contracts. Exposed to daylight, many of these provisions are hard to defend.
If the rumor of a mass student walkout planned for multiple high schools in the Thompson School District is true, its organizers have done a good job of keeping it quiet from law enforcement and district officials. Complete Colorado learned Friday of a possible walkout by students to protest a recent school board decision. It is supposed to occur Tuesday […]
Open records requests to the Jefferson County School district have been met with obfuscating “interpretations,” time delays that appear to be outside of the legal limits allowed by the law, and with potentially illegal hourly charges for legal review of the documents requested.