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Court of appeals properly found that the exception to open meetings related to the acquisition of real property did not apply because a board of commissioners went into closed session to discuss its intention to bid on real property offered for sale pursuant to an absolute auction, an auction without reserve; the board's post-auction approvals, while public, were window-dressing because the city was already compelled to complete the purchase or answer a complaint for specific performance. Bd. of Comm'rs of Danville v. Advocate Communs., 527 S.W.3d 803, 2017 Ky. LEXIS 501 (Ky. 2017).
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