The interim superintendent of the Mount Greylock Regional School District on Thursday advised the School Committee to continue denying the public access to information lest the committee's work become part of the "public discourse."
iBerkshires.Com last month, reported the committee heard a public comment drafted by reporter Stephen Dravis that questioned why the body refuses to post supporting material for topics under discussion at public meetings prior to the meeting.
The district's past practice has been to post background material — like a district policy to be voted on in a meeting or a draft budget — after the meeting has occurred, even though it has the mechanism to provide that information to members of the community before the meeting.






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