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Wrangell attorney explains how to fix breach of Open Meetings Act

WRANGELL, ALASKA Last month a Wrangell resident wrote a letter to the borough clerk and borough manager requesting that they investigate what she believed to a breach of Alaska's open meetings act by the borough assembly. To remedy the possible breach, Wrangell's borough attorney recommended that the meeting in question take place again.
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