Why close public meetings?

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In reference to Susan McCord’s March 2 article “Attorney disputes Walmart land deal”: Why would the Augusta Commission ever need a closed (secret) meeting?

Since these people serve the people, nothing they do should ever be hidden from the people they were elected to represent/serve. I am sure there are some personnel matters that might require closed discussion. However, once resolved, a full disclosure should be made.

Donald Sterling

Augusta

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Craig Spinks
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Craig Spinks 03/15/12 - 12:35 am
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Mr. Sterling, Bureaucratic

Mr. Sterling,

Bureaucratic Management(BM) is much more difficult than astrophysics or computational chemistry. We sheeple must attempt to understand this. Our shepherds are protecting us from matters much more profound than any our slick cortexts could fathom.

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