- Associated Press - Monday, December 1, 2014

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - The Boulder City Council is considering rules that could allow records of some of its closed-door executive sessions to be destroyed.

Boulder residents voted last month to allow the city council to meet in closed sessions to get legal advice and discuss negotiation strategy related to the formation of a municipal energy utility.

After the election, the city council adopted rules that would allow the destruction of many types of documents after set periods of time.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera (https://tinyurl.com/llumfh8 ), the city council is considering a proposal that recordings of the executive sessions won’t be destroyed while litigation related to municipal utility discussions is ongoing but they could be destroyed 90 days after the end of litigation.

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Information from: Daily Camera, https://www.dailycamera.com/


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