Complaint against GV City Council rejected |

Complaint against GV City Council rejected

A complaint alleging violations of California’s open meeting law by the Grass Valley City Council was rejected Tuesday by the Nevada County District Attorney’s office.

The complaint, brought Jan. 29 by Grass Valley resident Steve Enos, alleged the council violated California’s Brown Act when it allowed three council members to sit in on a Jan. 7 subcommittee meeting.

The violations were infrequent and the correct steps have been taken to rectify the situation, said District Attorney Cliff Newell.

For more on this story, read Thursday’s print edition of The Union.

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