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Wayland’s Conservation Commission violated Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 7/9/19: Wayland’s Conservation Commission violated Open Meeting Law. The state’s latest Open Meeting Law ruling against Wayland last month found the town’s actions did not constitute a major violation.

Attorney General Maura Healey rules Wayland selectmen, ZBA violated the state Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 4/30/19: Attorney General Maura Healey rules Wayland selectmen, ZBA violated the state Open Meeting Law. Selectmen and the Zoning Board of Appeals members violated the state’s Open Meeting Law, according to Attorney General Maura Healey’s office. Resident George Harris filed the complaints, the latest of dozens he made through the years against Wayland boards and committees.

AG: Wayland School Committee, selectmen violate state Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 12/28/18: AG: Wayland School Committee, selectmen violate state Open Meeting Law. Selectmen and the School Committee violated the state Open Meeting Law, according to the office of state Attorney General Maura Healey. The complaints were filed by resident George Harris, who told the Daily News in July he has filed at least 25 complaints against the committee over the years.

SJC ruling faults Wayland board’s action in 2012

Wayland Town Crier 4/5/12: SJC ruling faults Wayland board’s action in 2012. Members of Wayland’s Board of Selectmen violated the Open Meeting Law about six years ago when they shared opinions with each other about the former town administrator, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled Thursday.

AG: Wayland School Committee broke Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 4/9/18:AG: Wayland School Committee broke Open Meeting Law. In yet another tweak to Wayland municipal boards, the state attorney general’s office has ruled that the School Committee violated the Open Meeting Law.

AG recommends fine for Wayland School Committee Open Meeting Law violation

Wayland Town Crier 10/20/17: AG recommends fine for Wayland School Committee Open Meeting Law violation. The state Attorney General’s Office is recommending the School Committee pay a $500 fine after it intentionally violated the state Open Meeting Law. The committee did not properly respond to a request by Wayland attorney George Harris for minutes from several non-public sessions pertaining to personnel matters, including the hiring and contract negotiations for the new superintendent, Assistant Attorney General KerryAnne Kilcoyne wrote in an Oct. 16 letter to committee Chair Ellen Grieco.

AG: Wayland Audit Committee violated Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 8/31/17: AG: Wayland Audit Committee violated Open Meeting Law. The Audit Committee violated the Open Meeting Law by not promptly approving minutes dating back to 2014 and not responding in a timely manner to a request to view minutes, the state Attorney General’s Office determined this week.