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After objecting to reporters, Minneapolis advisory committee will be educated on Open Meeting Law


January 24, 2020

Renee Jones Schneider – Star Tribune

Council Member Phillipe Cunningham during a Minneapolis City Council committee meeting that approved the Upper Harbor Terminal concept plan in February. Cunningham said that members of an advisory committee for the harbor redevelopment would be informed again that members of the public are able to record their meetings.

Minneapolis city officials said Thursday that they will once again educate members of an advisory committee for the Upper Harbor Terminal redevelopment on the state's Open Meeting Law, a day after they told reporters not to record or photograph at a public meeting.

The committee was formed and appointed by the City Council last year to guide the revitalization of 48 acres of riverfront in north Minneapolis. It has held several meetings over the past year that have been open to the public under state law and the committee's own bylaws.


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