Towns consider shutting Web sites aft...

Towns consider shutting Web sites after FOI law

There are 1 comment on the Hartford Courant story from Oct 2, 2008, titled Towns consider shutting Web sites after FOI law. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Officials in several small Connecticut towns say they will shut down their Web sites, saying they cannot obey a new state law on posting meeting minutes and agendas.

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someone who is concerned

Glastonbury, CT

#1 Oct 22, 2008
Rather than shut down your websites then I would suggest that you contact some of your senior citizens whom might be interested in doing some volunteer work for their town and keep your websites up and running. These are your taxpayer rights to know when these meetings are and what is discussed. You might even suggest that a taxpayer group be started in your respective towns and maybe some alternative action to help your town offices could be put into place.

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