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2016 BCC MEETING AGENDAS


Week of July 26, 2016
Week of July 19, 2016 - DOWN
Week of July 12, 2016
Week of June 28, 2016
Week of June 21, 2016
Week of June 14 - DOWN
Week of June 7, 2016
Week of May 31, 2016
Week of May 24, 2016
Week of May 17, 2016
Week of May 10, 2016
Week of May 3, 2016
Week of April 26, - DOWN
Week of April 19, 2016
Week of April 12, 2016 - DOWN
Week of April 5, 2016
Week of March 29, 2016
Week of March 22, 2016 - DOWN
Week of March 15, 2016
Week of March 8, 2016
Week of March 1, 2016
Week of February 23, 2016 - DOWN
Week of February 16, 2016 - DOWN
Week of February 9, 2016
Week of February 2, 2016
Week of January 26, 2016
Week of January 19, 2016 - DOWN
Week of January 12, 2016
Week of January 5, 2016


RELATED INFORMATION

Previous Years' BCC Agendas

Board Meeting Webcasts
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Calendar of Scheduled BCC
and Advisory Committee Meetings

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Orders, Ordinances, Discussions, and Approved Minutes

Advisory Committees & Boards

Community Involvement Opportunties


Supplemental Information from Board Meetings



The Lane County Board of Commissioners regular, or usual, meeting dates are Tuesday and Wednesday. A “regular meeting” is a meeting where the board handles the usual day to day business of the county. Sometimes there is not a regular meeting because the week is what is referred to as a “down week”. Also depending upon the schedule and nature of board business there may be “special meetings” or “emergency meetings”. These meetings may be scheduled on the same days as a regular meeting during a down week for the board. A special meeting is a meeting of the board called with at least 24 hours of notice to the public to deal with a specific topic. An emergency meeting is a meeting that is called with less than 24 hours of public notice and is in response to an actual emergency. In an emergency meeting the board can only take action on the matter that is the subject of the emergency. All decisions by the board must be taken in a publicly noticed meeting and in a session that is open to the public. Additional information about public meetings can be found in the Attorney General’s Public Records and Meetings Manual (2014) and can be viewed on-line here.