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Although a quorum of the commissioners may have discussed the issue among themselves at a gathering other than a regular meeting, the trial court specifically found that no secret meetings were held in violation of the Open Meetings Act, where the entire matter concerning the salaries was publicly aired in the press and broadcast media, and there was testimony at trial that the police officers, themselves and through counsel, engaged in discussions with the commissioners regarding the reduction of their salaries. Beckham v. Bowling Green, 743 S.W.2d 858, 1987 Ky. App. LEXIS 603 (Ky. Ct. App. 1987).
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