There exist, throughout the Pennsylvania Code, occasional provisions requiring that the meetings of particular public bodies be open. See, e.g., 53 Pa. Stat. § 12527 (stating that council meetings of first class cities must be open); 53 Pa. Stat. § 36005 (requiring that council meetings of third-class cities be open). If, as is likely, the courts adhere to their practice under the prior Sunshine Act, these statutes will be read in pari materia with the Act, and will be subject to its exceptions. See Mellin v. City of Allentown, 430 A.2d 1048 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 1981).