Opinion

March 24, 2014 12:00 AM

Commission should have chosen transparency

The Legislature passed a bill this session that mandates training for public officials in the state’s Open Government and Public Records Act laws. It appears that can’t come too soon for the Olympia Planning Commission. One commissioner refused to attend a recent meeting with two developers because it was closed to the public.

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