MIDLAND PARK, N.J. — A state appeals court ruled that the Midland Park Board of Education -- and school boards across New Jersey -- don't have to make reports, attachments and other documentation public when posting the board's agenda before a public meeting, northjersey.com reported.
The unanimous decision reverses a ruling by now-retired Bergen County Assignment Judge Peter E. Doyne.
Doyne issued his decision after resident and law professor David W. Opderbeck filed a legal action asking that the board provide all backup information for its meeting agendas to the public, claiming it was part of the meeting agenda, the website reported.
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