Only one meeting in today’s issue of The State Register violated the public notice requirements of West Virginia’s open meetings law.
The agency responsible? The Department of Commerce’s training board.
We missed doing our rundown last week, but that edition of The State Register contained no meetings that violated the public notice requirements.
As we’ve reminded folks before, the West Virginia Open Governmental Proceedings Act requires agencies to send meeting notices to the Secretary of State in time for notices to appear in the State Register five days prior to a scheduled meeting. Every week, we list the agencies that didn’t comply, thanks to the Secretary of State’s office, which kindly marks those agencies with an asterisk in the list of meetings published each Friday in the Register.