City of Meriden v. Freedom of Information Commission

Supreme Court of Connecticut - March 12, 2021 - A.3d - 2021 WL 952887

City sought review of determination by Freedom of Information Commission that gathering of four members of its 12-member city council, the city’s mayor, and the retiring city manager to discuss the search for a new city manager violated open meeting requirements of state’s Freedom of Information Act.

The Superior Court dismissed appeal. City appealed. The Appellate Court reversed and remanded with directions. Commission’s petition for certification to appeal was granted, as limited to specified issue.

The Supreme Court held that:

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