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Monday, September 15, 2014

SC Legislative Body Meeting Rules / Freedom Of Information

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Legislative Body meetings / FOIA

(a) All public bodies, except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, must give written public notice of their regular meetings at the beginning of each calendar year. The notice must include the dates, times, and places of such meetings. Agenda, if any, for regularly scheduled meetings must be posted on a bulletin board at the office or meeting place of the public body at least twenty-four hours prior to such meetings. All public bodies must post on such bulletin board public notice for any called, special, or rescheduled meetings. Such notice must be posted as early as is practicable but not later than twenty-four hours before the meeting. The notice must include the agenda, date, time, and place of the meeting. This requirement does not apply to emergency meetings of public bodies. 

(b) Legislative committees must post their meeting times during weeks of the regular session of the General Assembly and must comply with the provisions for notice of special meetings during those weeks when the General Assembly is not in session. Subcommittees of standing legislative committees must give notice during weeks of the legislative session only if it is practicable to do so. 

(c) Subcommittees, other than legislative subcommittees, of committees required to give notice under subsection (a), must make reasonable and timely efforts to give notice of their meetings. 

(d) Written public notice must include but need not be limited to posting a copy of the notice at the principal office of the public body holding the meeting or, if no such office exists, at the building in which the meeting is to be held. 

(e) All public bodies shall notify persons or organizations, local news media, or such other news media as may request notification of the times, dates, places, and agenda of all public meetings, whether scheduled, rescheduled, or called, and the efforts made to comply with this requirement must be noted in the minutes of the meetings. 

Please Attend The County Council Meeting ..

Please attend the Monday September 15, 2014 Pickens County Council Meeting to support conservative issues discussed at this month's Conservatives of The Upstate meeting.

One issue: Greenville County has recently adopted this resolution (below). Pickens County MUST pass a similar resolution to protect its citizens.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

September 2014 Meeting

Please try to attend the September 2014 meeting of Conservatives Of The Upstate.

6:30PM Thursday September 11, 2014

Blue Ridge Bible Church
769 Belle Shoals Rd
Pickens SC 29671