Board submit a response within 10 days. The Board's response was received on August 31, 1995, and forwarded to Complainant for comment. Thereafter, the Attorney General received the Complainant's reply to the Board's response on September 20, 1995 and a second response from the Board on September 25, 1995. In answer to the Attorney General's request for further information, a third response was submitted by the Board by letter dated October 10, 1995.
We have reviewed the above mentioned submissions along with a copy of the agenda for the July 19, 1995 special meeting, minutes of the special meeting and minutes of the executive session of the special meeting. For the reasons set forth below, we find that the Board violated FOIA in that it failed to give adequate notice of its intent to conduct interviews for the position of high school principal. As to all other allegations of the Complaint, we find no violations of FOIA.
The Complaint first alleges that the agenda for the July 19, 1995 special meeting was deficient in that it did not include language indicating that additions or modifications could be made to it. The Complainant apparently believes that, in the absence of such language, the Board violated FOIA in making additions or modifications to the agenda at the time of the meeting.