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Where a planning commission explained it was going into closed session, the minutes reflected the discussion concerning litigation, motions to authorize the litigation were made in open meetings, and there was no record of anyone requesting to address the commission or voice concern about the commission’s actions, there was no evidence that the owners were prejudiced by a planning commission’s failure to state a specific provision of KRS 61.810(1)(c), 61.815(1) when it went into closed session. Chandler v. Bullitt County Joint Planning Comm'n, 125 S.W.3d 851, 2002 Ky. App. LEXIS 2358 (Ky. Ct. App. 2002).
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