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OPMA lawsuit filed against Englewood Cliffs school board

On March 12, 2012, I filed a four-count lawsuit against the Englewood Cliffs (Bergen County) Board of Education alleging violations of New Jersey’s Open Public Meetings Act. The lawsuit, which is on-line here, concerns the school board’s nonpublic (closed or executive) meeting minutes and resolutions. While I still need to formally serve the Board with the lawsuit, I already e-mailed the Board an advance copy of it.

By John Paff

Chairman of the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project