At 10:32 AM 9/10/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Unless the meeting is a Special Meeting the agenda can be
>changed prior to the meeting. All the open meeting law requires is
>that an agenda of a regular meeting be available sometime before
>the meeting. It is not unreasonable to make last minute changes
>to an agenda - so long as it is done with enough time for interested
>members of the public to be apprised of the change.
I have worked with Councils that adopted a formal policy that for the agenda to
be changed on the day of the meeting the entire council must agree on the
This helps prevent any accusations of last minute trickery.