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Subject: Arizona Board of Director meetings
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KarlP1
(Arizona)

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06/01/2021 11:12 AM  
Greetings,

Based on what I am reading in the Arizona Revised Statues (see attached PDF) it looks like there are two types of meetings the Board of Directors can hold. 1. executive meetings, 2. non-executive meetings. My reading of this is that ANY TIME (regardless of how minor the discussion seems) the directors need to talk about an issue that does not fall under the definition of an executive meeting they must invite the community to participate and give proper notice (it must be held openly).

Would this make any meeting that is NOT an executive meeting and NOT openly held a violation of the revised statues?

I am new to understanding these revised statutes and am looking for someone to tell me if my interpretation is correct or not, and to just lend some general insight.

Thanks in advance.


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