The district has received a request for a copy of executive session minutes from a person who attended the session. How and by whom can they be released?

Just because someone was in attendance at an executive session meeting does not mean they automatically have the right to receive a copy of the executive session minutes.  In general, executive session minutes can only be released to someone (including a board member) by a vote of the board, or by a court or judge’s order.  There are some situations in which the union may have access to executive session minutes, but check with your attorney about this very limited exception.

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