Posted June 1, 2020
Under the Open Public Meetings Act, is a public body permitted to hold a special meeting telephonically?
Yes. Provided that the public body is in compliance with the 48 hours adequate notice requirement for a special meeting, pursuant to Executive Order 107, Department of Community Affairs guidelines, and A3850/S2294, P.L. 2020, c.11, supplementing the Open Public Meetings Act, public bodies are permitted to conduct special meetings telephonically.
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