RELATED: PART ONE
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS—Have you ever wondered what happens when your mayor and
council members stop a public meeting and go into executive session?
We also wondered.
In an effort to learn about the plans for the construction of four billboards in the north end of Gloucester City we submitted several Open Public Records Act (OPRA) requests to the custodian of records, Municipal Clerk Kathy Jentsch. We asked for the council’s executive session meetings minutes from January 2016 through February 2017. In return, we received approximately 60 pages. From that number, we copied the information that we thought would be of interest to you and have published it below.