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The Leading for Results course for Cohort 1 of LGFCU Fellows has been canceled, with all participants invited to participate in Cohort 2 or a session in 2019.

The Effective Supervisory Management Program course to be held Sept. 17-21 has been canceled.

The Development Finance Toolbox course to be held Sept. 18-19 has been canceled.

The first week of Municipal and County Administration to be held Sept. 18-21 has been postponed.

Please check our website for any other changes in course schedules.

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NC Open Meetings Law

Open Meetings Law Series (On-Demand Webinar)

April, 2014 to June, 2014

North Carolina's Open Meetings Law requires official meetings of public bodies to be open to the public. What's a "public body"? What's an "official meeting"? What kind of notice is required? When can a public body meet in closed session, and what are the requirements for minutes and general accounts of meetings? Learn the answers to these and many other questions about the Open Meetings Law in a three-part webinar series. This series will follow the format of the School of Government's Public Records Law series (now available on-demand). 

Each webinar will offer value to a variety of local government officials and employees. In particular, attorneys, managers, clerks, and elected officials will benefit from all three webinars.

The first webinar will offer an overview of Open Meetings Law that will be important to all local government officials and employees regardless of job title or responsibilities. 

The second webinar will focus on the meeting notice, minutes, and other administrative requirements under the law, and will be of particular interest to local government clerks, managers, and attorneys.

The third webinar will focus on closed sessions, including the authorized reasons for meeting in closed session, who may attend, and what types of actions may be taken. This webinar will be of particular interest to attorneys, elected officials, managers, and clerks.

Webinars

Open Meetings Law: Overview Webinar

The first webinar will offer an overview of Open Meetings Law that will be important to all local government officials and employees regardless of job title or responsibilities.

To purchase all 3 webinars at a reduced price of $325 visit: Open Meetings Law - On Demand Package.

Open Meetings Law: Meeting Mechanics Webinar

This is the second installment in a three part webinar. This webinar will focus on the meeting notice, minutes, and other administrative requirements under the law, and will be of particular interest to local government clerks, managers, and attorneys.

To purchase all 3 webinars at a reduced price of $325 visit: Open Meetings Law - On Demand Package.

Open Meetings Law: Closed Sessions Webinar

This is the third installment in a three part webinar. This webinar will focus on closed sessions, including the authorized reasons for meeting in closed session, who may attend, and what types of actions may be taken. This webinar will be of particular interest to attorneys, elected officials, managers, and clerks.

To purchase all 3 webinars at a reduced price of $325 visit: Open Meetings Law - On Demand Package.

2014 Open Meetings Law Webinar Series

North Carolina's Open Meetings Law requires official meetings of public bodies to be open to the public. What's a "public body"? What's an "official meeting"? What kind of notice is required? When can a public body meet in closed session, and what are the requirements for minutes and general accounts of meetings? Learn the answers to these and many other questions about the Open Meetings Law in a three-part webinar series.

To purchase the webinars individually click the links below. Individual webinars are $125 each.

Topics - Local and State Government