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Okla. Stat. tit. 74, § 3106.2
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Misc – 74 § 3106.2 Public Website

Requires public bodies must post schedule, date, time, place, and agenda of all regularly scheduled meetings on its public website. Must also list the names of all members of the governing body on its website.

Oklahoma Statutes Citationized
  Title 74. State Government
    Chapter 49 – Miscellaneous
Section 3106.2 – Public Website
Cite as: O.S. §, __ __


A. On or before January 1, 2002, or within six (6) months of the establishment of an Internet website, whichever is later, public bodies shall make available on their Internet website or on a general website if a public body uses a general website, a schedule and information about the regularly scheduled meetings of the public bodies or their governing bodies. The information made available shall include the date, time, place and agenda of each meeting. When reasonably possible, public bodies shall also provide information about the date, time, place and agenda of any special or emergency meetings of the public body.

B. The provisions of subsection A of this section shall not be construed to amend or alter the requirements of the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act.

C. On or before January 1, 2002, or within six (6) months of the establishment of an Internet website, whichever is later, public bodies shall make available on their Internet website the names of members of their governing bodies and such other information about the members as the public body may choose to include.

D. For purposes of this section, “public body” is defined as provided by paragraph 1 of Section 304 of Title 25 of the Oklahoma Statutes and shall include each institution within The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education.

Historical Data

 


 

Laws 2001, HB 1276, c. 125, § 1, eff. November 1, 2001.

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