Agenda error forces supes to cancel closed session
|The battle over the proposed four-season resort on Dyer Mountain near Westwood continues. Due to the requirements of the Brown Act, California’s Open Meeting Law, the Lassen County Board of Supervisors had to reschedule a planned April 23 closed session meeting with legal counsel regarding an appeal of the county’s Environmental Impact Report of the resort by environmental groups because the agenda listed the wrong court case number. The board rescheduled the closed session meeting for next month.File photo|
April 30, 2013 — Lassen County’s Board of Supervisors was forced to cancel an afternoon closed session meeting after it discovered the agenda misidentified the court case to be discussed.