include the General Assembly of the State, nor any caucus thereof, or committee, subcommittee, ad hoc committee, special committee or temporary committee.
65 Del. Laws c. 191.
After the change, it was determined that Committees, by definition should be included in the category of public bodies. Atty Gen. Op. No. 94-1O07. The appointment or charge to the Committee could come from a public official as well as another public body.
We understand that the CEEO is an advisory body established by Executive Order comprised of a chairperson appointed by the Governor and members appointed either by the Governor or by the chairperson of the Human Relations Commission from among its own members. It is not specifically excluded from the requirement of 29 Del. C. ch. 100. The CEEO is also supported in part by public funds by virtue of the staff support. More importantly it is charged by a public official with making "reports, investigations or recommendations." 29 Del. C. § 10002(a). The Executive Order requires the CEEO to furnish a written annual report with recommendations to the Governor and State Personnel Director on October 30 of each year . We therefore, believe that the Council is a public body as defined in 29 Del. C. § 10002(a) and subject