Investigation into Alachua County Commission
It's now technically an "investigation." The State Attorney's Office review of whether there were sunshine law violations during certain Alachua County Commission meetings has changed.
Spencer Mann of the State Attorney's Office says the "review" has become an "investigation." Although that does not necessarily imply any wrongdoing. The change means that investigators will be able to use additional legal tools to look into the allegations.
Critics say the commission has violated sunshine laws by formulating a consensus on issues during informal "discussions" held before formal meetings.
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