2005 Idaho Code - 67-2345 — EXECUTIVE SESSIONS -- WHEN AUTHORIZED
TITLE 67 STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS CHAPTER 23 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 67-2345. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS -- WHEN AUTHORIZED. (1) Nothing contained in this act shall be construed to prevent, upon a two-thirds (2/3) vote recorded in the minutes of the meeting by individual vote, a governing body of a public agency from holding an executive session during any meeting, after the presiding officer has identified the authorization under this act for the holding of such executive session. An executive session may be held: (a) To consider hiring a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent. This paragraph does not apply to filling a vacancy in an elective office; (b) To consider the evaluation, dismissal or disciplining of, or to hear complaints or charges brought against, a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent, or public school student; (c) To conduct deliberations concerning labor negotiations or to acquire an interest in real property which is not owned by a public agency; (d) To consider records that are exempt from disclosure as provided in chapter 3, title 9, Idaho Code; (e) To consider preliminary negotiations involving matters of trade or commerce in which the governing body is in competition with governing bodies in other states or nations; (f) To consider and advise its legal representatives in pending litigation or where there is a general public awareness of probable litigation; (g) By the commission of pardons and parole, as provided by law; (h) By the sexual offender classification board, as provided by chapter 83, title 18, Idaho Code; (i) By the custody review board of the Idaho department of juvenile corrections, as provided by law. (2) Labor negotiations may be conducted in executive session if either side requests closed meetings. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 67-2343, Idaho Code, subsequent sessions of the negotiations may continue without further public notice. (3) No executive session may be held for the purpose of taking any final action or making any final decision.
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