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The law sets out the specific instances when a meeting, record or vote may be closed, while stressing these exceptions are to be strictly interpreted to promote the public policy of openness.
Public meetings, including meetings conducted by telephone, Internet or other electronic means, are to be held at reasonably convenient times and must be accessible to the public. Meetings should be held in facilities that are large enough to accommodate anticipated attendance by the public and accessible to persons with disabilities.
To learn more, visit the Missouri Attorney General's page on the Sunshine Law.
Review the legislation in place for the Clay County Public Health Center.
Epidemiology studies the occurrence, distribution and effects that diseases have on the residents of Clay County.
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We have numerous high-quality, durable health education display boards on various health topics.