Condos to visit Middlebury on Nov. 1 as part of fourth statewide ‘Transparency Tour’

MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos is visiting a dozen Vermont towns and cities on his fourth biennial Transparency Tour. The tour will stop at 12 locations across the state and give Condos and citizens a chance to discuss transparency and open government, Vermont’s Public Records Act, and Open Meeting Law with municipal and state employees and citizens who serve on local government boards.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
“With trust in government at an all-time low, I believe that sunshine is the best disinfectant” Condos said. “Vermonters deserve openness and transparency in government. By educating municipal and state employees, elected officials, and engaged citizens on the requirements of government under Vermont’s Open Meeting Laws and the Public Records Act I hope to help government officials of all stripes better serve Vermonters.”
As a longtime proponent of open government and transparency Condos looks forward to engaging attendees in an informative discussion on the requirements of government officials, and the rights of Vermont citizens.
His stop in Addison County will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 1, in Middlebury. The discussion will take place from 6-8 p.m. in the community room at Ilsley Public Library, 75 Main St.
His other 11 stops on the Transparency Tour are scheduled from Oct. 4-Nov. 14.

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