Glenwood Post v. City of Glenwood Springs

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Glenwood Postvs.City of Glenwood Springs
Number: 731 P.2d 761 (Colo. App. 1986)
Year: 1986
State: Colorado
Court: Colorado Court of Appeals
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Glenwood Post v. City of Glenwood Springs was a case before the Colorado Court of Appeals in 1986 concerning open meetings and executive sessions for deliberative purposes.


In 1984 the City of Glenwood Springs sought to hire a new city attorney. Accordingly the City Council of Glenwood Springs scheduled a meeting to conside applications it had received for the position. The City Council planned to consider the submitted applications in a closed executive session. The Glenwood Post filed a motion for an injunction preventing the City Council from considering the applications in executive session.

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Judge Babcock of the Colorado Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling of the trial court.

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