What is the Government in the Sunshine Act?
The Government in the Sunshine Act prohibits communication between Trustees outside of a public meeting on any matter which shall be the subject of a Board action. The Act also requires public noticing of all meetings, open public attendance at meetings, and meeting locations where public access is reasonably available.

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1. How are meetings conducted?
2. What is the Government in the Sunshine Act?
3. What is the definition of fiduciary?
4. How do I volunteer to serve on the Board of Trustees?
5. What is the term of an appointment?
6. What forms are members required to file?
7. What is the Form 1 - Statement of Financial Interests, and why does it have to be completed on an annual basis?