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9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The OML covers appointed as well as elected public bodies. See, e.g., Burgher v. Purcell, 87 A.D.2d 888, 449 N.Y.S.2d 527 (2d Dep't 1982) (the OML's term "public body" includes trustees appointed by town supervisor to administer a testamentary trust for the town's poor).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The definition of "governmental bodies" includes both elected and appointed bodies. See Wis. Stat. § 19.82(1).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies. M1C9

Covered by the Act, §10-15-1(B), NMSA 1978.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies

No statutory distinction is made between elected and appointed officials.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Appointed as well as elected bodies are covered if they meet the definition of "public body."

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Any "governing body" of an agency is subject to the act, including appointed as well as elected bodies. Wyo. Stat. § § 16-4-402 to 16-4-406 (1977, Rev. 1982); Wyo. Att'y Gen. Op. 73-17 (1973).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies. M1C9

The Act covers commissions and educational institutions, whether they are owned by the state or merely receive state funding pursuant to a statute making them state-related. 65 Pa. Cons. Stat. §  703.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Both appointed and elected bodies are subject to the Act if they meet the standards set out for advisory, commissions, or other bodies to which government functions are delegated. Op. Atty. Gen. 94-55 (1994).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The Alabama Open Meetings Act makes no distinction been elected and appointed bodies.