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Blau v. Fort Thomas Public School District 61.805, 61.835 Adoption of a dress code by a middle school did not violate the Kentucky Open Meetings Act, KRS 61.805 et seq.; the council minutes stated that a second reading of the dress code was conducted and the minutes recorded the action taken, which was all that was required under KRS 61.835. Further, adoption of the dress code by “consensus” was an “action taken” within the meaning of KRS 61.805(3). Blau v. Fort Thomas Pub. Sch. Dist., 401 F.3d 381, 2005 FED App. 0058P, 2005 U.S. App. LEXIS 1969 (6th Cir. Ky. 2005). Link
Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co. 61.805 Telephone votes of fiscal court which promoted and set the salary of a county employee and which approved the lease by the county of real estate for use of the social services department are void under the Kentucky Open Meetings Law. Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co., 554 S.W.2d 72, 1977 Ky. LEXIS 480 (Ky. 1977). Link
Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co. 61.805 Closed meeting of fiscal court with county attorney to discuss draft of a proposed county ordinance prepared by the county attorney which would permit electioneering near the polls was illegal under the Kentucky Open Meetings Law; however, discussion at meeting of the implied threat of legal action by organized political group was not illegal. Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co., 554 S.W.2d 72, 1977 Ky. LEXIS 480 (Ky. 1977). Link
Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co. 61.805 Closed meetings of the fiscal court which were held at a luncheon at a boat club and thereafter on a boat to discuss the continuing effort of the county police to have the fraternal order of police recognized as their bargaining agent, the operation of the park and recreation department and the Belle of Louisville, and the potential acquisition of an island were illegal under the Kentucky Open Meetings Law. Fiscal Court of Jefferson County v. Courier-Journal & Louisville Times Co., 554 S.W.2d 72, 1977 Ky. LEXIS 480 (Ky. 1977). Link
Ridenour v. Jessamine County Fiscal Court 61.805 Fiscal court considering zoning plan violated the Open Meetings Act when it improperly considered the record of a previous zoning request; therefore, the proceedings were sufficiently prejudicial to void the action of the fiscal court. Ridenour v. Jessamine County Fiscal Court, 842 S.W.2d 532, 1992 Ky. App. LEXIS 202 (Ky. Ct. App. 1992). Link
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