Meetings Access - Other Boards, Commissions and Agencies - State

DOT remedial measures OK'd. (Citrus County) August 2006 (30:8), p. 3

Fla. governor vetoes two records bills. (Tallahassee) August 2006 (30:8), p. 1

Attorneys: Meeting not a violation (Tallahassee) June 2006 (30:6), p. 1

Governor closes coffee klatch (Tallahassee) December 2005 (29:12), p. 3

2004 lawsuits focus on Florida's Open Meetings Law (Annual FOI Report 2004), p. 3 December 2004

Complaint filed against executive director for aiding, abetting Sunshine Violation. (Lake City) March 2004 (28:3), p. 3

The Ledger files lawsuit against the Florida Department of Citrus alleging violation. (Lakeland) February 2004 (28:2), p. 3

Judge rules group must be recorded (Bartow) May 2003 (27:5), p. 2

FDLE commissioner admits ‘mistake’ (Orlando) February 2002 (26:2), p. 1

Carnival contract not Sunshine violation (Tampa) October 2001 (25:10), p. 3

Sanford board settles lawsuit over Open Meeting violations for $24,000 (Sanford) August 2001 (25:8), p. 1

Mother sues DCF over meeting (West Palm Beach), July 2001 (25:7), p. 4

Contracts prompt Open Meetings Probe, May 2001 (25:5), p. 3

Citrus panel wants out of Sunshine (Lakeland), March 2001 (25:3), p. 1

Council whispers overshadow meeting (St. Petersburg), October 2000 (24:10), p.1

Governor uses Sunshine loophole for private meetings (Tallahassee), October 2000 (24:10), p.1

Company sues state for private meeting (Tallahassee), September 2000 (24:9), p. 2

Bills that failed in session may be recycled, June 2000 (24:6), p. 6 (analysis by Michele Bush)

Health agency to revise grievance policy (Naples), August 1999 (23:8), p. 2

Butterworth: Exemptions to be construed narrowly (Tallahassee) Aug. 1999 (23:8), p. 2

Water managers settle with Indian tribe, cancel buyout plan (West Palm Beach), August 1999 (23:8), p. 1

State attorney: service board violated law (Ponte Vedra Beach), March 1999 (23:3) p. 3

Governor extends requirements for open government (Tallahassee), March 1999 (23:3) p. 3

Attorney General defines access to nonprofit agencies (Tallahassee), September 1998 (22:9), p. 2

Athletic association subject to Open Meetings Law (Tallahassee), August 1998 (22:8), p. 2

Chiles, Butterworth ordered to talk about settlement (Palm Beach), March 1998 (22:3), p. 1

AGO: Law applies to pension board, August 1997 (21:8), p. 3

AGO says museum is public agency (St. Petersburg), July 1997 (21:7), p. 2

Chiles suspends four from board (Estero), July 1997 (21:7), p. 1

AGO says coalition subject to law, May 1997 (21:5), p. 2

Meetings of nominating commissioner must be open, January 1997 (21:1), p. 2

Litigation exemption applies to workers’ comp cases, December 1996 (20:12), p. 2

AG says settlements require hearings, November 1996 (20:11), p. 1

AG says meetings must be accessible, September 1996 (20:9), p. 1

Meetings not covered by records privacy, January 1996 (20:1), p. 2

Health reviews not exempt, March 1995 (19:3), p. 2

Indian tribe challenges Everglades clean-up process (Miami), January 1995 (19:1), p. 2

Court dismisses Sunshine suit against Entertainment board (Miami), December 1994 (18:12), p. 1

Commissioners should report ex parte communications, October 1994 (18:10), p. 2

Board must meet in Sunshine, August 1994 (18:8), p. 2

Insurance group may not meet in private, June 1994 (18:6), p. 2

Florida state government officials bar reporter from meeting, May 1994 (18:5), p. 2

Florida state government officials bar reporter from meeting (Ft. Walton Beach), March 1994 (18:3), p. 2

Chiles asks court for opinion in Sunshine fight (Brooksville), June 1993 (17:6), p. 1

Attorney General issues three meetings, records opinions, December 1992 (16:12), p. 2

Attorney General issues two opinions, November 1992 (16:11), p. 2

Attorney General issues opinion on open meetings, October 1992 (16:10), p. 2

Butterworth to appeal Sunshine ruling (Ft. Lauderdale), June 1992 (16:6), p. 1

Attorney General issues Sunshine Law opinions, May 1992 (16:5), p. 2

A.G. says correction meetings open, April 1992 (16:4), p. 2

Appeals court upholds nullification, February 1992 (16:2), p. 1

Attorney general decides two local Sunshine Law issues, December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 2

Judge rejects Sunshine claim in pollution case, November 1991 (15:10), p. 2

Circuit judge denies Sunshine injunction against Lottery, October 1991 (15:9), p. 2

Settlement talks in Everglades lawsuit closed to public, April 1991 (15:4), p. 2

Ethics panel: Dismiss Sunshine complaint (Safety Harbor), October 1990 (14:8), p. 2

Sunshine complaint filed with Ethics panel (Safety Harbor), July 1990 (14:6), p. 2

Panel: Sunshine limits governor’s chief lobbyist, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 2

State ends probe into Sunshine charges (Jasper), November 1989 (13:10), p. 2

Supreme court rules for newspaper in privacy suit (Florida Today), October 1989 (13:9), p. 1

Panel recommends ways to open Senate, March 1989 (13:3), p. 1

State won’t disclose details in abuse case (Bartow), January 1989 (13:1), p. 1

Mayor requests governor investigate: charges include Sunshine Law violations (Longwood), October 1987 (11:8), p. 1

Court again rules in Sunshine Law case of Florida High School Activities Association, August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 2

Governor appoints prosecutor to investigate charges regarding Seminole County land deal, August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 1

Hearings continue in Sunshine Law case of Florida High School Activities Association, July 1987 (11:6), p. 2

Governor vetoes Sunshine exemption for meetings of officials and lawyers, July 1987 (11:6), p. 1

Shadow falls on legislative Sunshine despite campaign promise of governor, June 1987 (11:5), p. 1

Governor retreats to shade despite Sunshine promise, March 1987 (11:2), p. 3

Reporters ask that Martinez meet openly, provide schedule, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 1

State asks NASA to enhance tapes of secret St. Augustine meetings, October 1986 (10:8), p. 1

State officials, developers accused of secrecy on disputed Keys project, January- February 1986 (10:1), p. 1