No evidence that Otterbein library violated law

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OTTERBEIN, Ind. (WLFI) – The Public Access counselor does not believe the Otterbein Public Library violated the Open Door Law.

As News 18 previously reported, a formal complaint filed in February alleged that the library illegally revised an agreement with Medina Township in Warren County when they weren’t in a public meeting.

The library argued there was no closed-door meeting and no formally adopted revisions.

The opinion of the counselor is that there was no violation. He says while it’s possible that the law could have been broken by members having a series of conversations with each other, there’s no authenticated evidence to suggest that they did.

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