Vermont Secretary of State starting 'transparency tour'

MONTPELIER (AP) - Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos is launching what he's calling his second "Got Transparency" tour to talk about changes in the state's open meeting and public records law.

The first of the meetings will be held Monday in Hartford. In all, there will be meeting in 10 towns.

The meetings are to discuss Vermont's public records and open meeting laws with municipal and state employees, citizens serving on local government boards and the general public.

Condos says it's important for members of the public know their rights when it comes to attending meetings and getting access to records.

The meetings will be held every few days through mid-December.


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