According to the Coast Star of December 20, 2007 Manasquan Borough agreed to amend its policy so that disclosure of closed
session minutes no longer relies on formal "approval" by the council. The article began by describing John Paff,” a member of the New Jersey Libertarian Party and chairman of the party's Open Government Advocacy Project,” who had requested the closed session minutes of a number of council meetings

As reported in the newspaper, the council discussed Mr. Paff's letter urging the borough to alter its policy to speed up the release of closed session meeting minutes. At the meeting of the mayor and council. It was decided that the clerk, township administrator, and borough counsel could review the documents together before releasing them. The step where the council would formally resolve to release the records would be eliminated. John says “this might shave a week or two from responses to requests.”