Thanks to John, the Upper Freehold Board of Ed will be now be providing more detail as to the reasons it is going into executive session.
John's letter and the boards response is HERE
Board to provide more executive session details
BY JENNIFER KOHLHEPP Staff Writer
ALLENTOWN - The school board will provide the public with more information regarding its closed sessions due to a resident complaint.
Upper Freehold resident Richard Edgar made a complaint concerning the Upper Freehold Regional Board of Education's specificity regarding executive sessions, to John Paff, chairman of the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project. Paff sent a letter of complaint to the board on April 29 and received a response from the board on May 1 stating that it would be more informative in the future. ...
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