Mississippi Justice Institute wins another Open Meetings complaint

By Mississippi Center for Public Policy
August 16, 2018

The Mississippi Ethics Commission has found that the mayor and the alderman in the city of Natchez violated Mississippi's Open Meetings Act when they entered into executive session to discuss proposals for garbage collection and recycling services.

The Mississippi Justice Institute, along with The Natchez Democrat and private citizens, filed complaints with the Ethics Commission. The ruling calls on the city and the mayor to comply with the Open Meetings Act. One of the core functions of MJI is to hold our government responsible to its citizens. Transparency is a requirement of governing by principle.

MJI's arguments have been affirmed, once again, by the Mississippi Ethics Commission.

Read the final order here.


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