Why does the Board of Supervisors have closed meetings?
Closed meetings are held only for those purposes specifically provided by law, which includes, but is not limited to, discussion of specific personnel matters, acquisition and disposition of publicly-owned property, investment of public funds, and consultation with legal counsel. No action is taken in a closed meeting.

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1. What is a Public Hearing?
2. Where do the Board of Supervisors meet?
3. What is the Citizens' Comment Period?
4. What is an ordinance?
5. Why does the Board of Supervisors have closed meetings?
6. What is a resolution?
7. What is a proclamation?
8. What are adjourned meetings?
9. What is the best way to contact my Board of Supervisors representative?
10. How do I find who my Supervisor is and which district I live in?
11. Can I speak at any Board of Supervisors meeting?