E. Idaho officials face suit over open meetings

From the AP/Idaho State Journal

AMERICAN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A special prosecutor appointed to handle pending litigation against Power County commissioners has filed a lawsuit against the commissioners contending they held unauthorized executive sessions or closed meetings in violation of Idaho’s open meeting laws.

The Idaho State Journal reports (https://bit.ly/N3T9AM) that Teton County Prosecutor Kathy Spitzer filed the lawsuit last week against Power County Commissioners Delane Anderson, Ron Funk and Vicki Meadows.

Spitzer was appointed special prosecutor after Power County Prosecutor Randy Kline in June won a judicial review of a complaint that commissioners exceeded their authority when they hired outside counsel to assist them with tribal jurisdictional and zoning issues.

Also in June, 6th District Judge David Nye ruled Power County commissioners failed to follow the law when approving the 2012 county budget.
Information from: Idaho State Journal, https://www.journalnet.com

From the AP/Idaho State Journal

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