W. Va. Code R. § 171-1-9 - Executive Session

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

9.1. The Commission may enter into executive session upon a motion by a Commissioner. The motion must state the reason or reasons for going into executive session as provided in W. Va. Code § 6-9A-4. This includes, discussion of personnel matters or pending litigation; to consider matters involving the purchase, sale or lease or real property, or to plan or consider an official investigation.
9.2. The matter or matters under discussion during executive session may not be voted on during executive session. The vote, which is an official action of the Commission must be open to the public. However, the Commission may vote to give its attorney settlement authority to enter into negotiations and provide a settlement range in executive session. If a settlement is reach, then the settlement agreement, including the amount, becomes a matter of public record unless sealed by a court.

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W. Va. Code R. § 171-1-9

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