Beaufort News

August 27, 2014 6:17 PM

Media attorney: Beaufort Council's closed session violated law

Just months after organizing open-meeting seminars for city boards and commissions, Beaufort City Council violated the S.C. Freedom of Information Act by failing to adequately state its reasons for entering a closed session Tuesday, according to a state press association attorney.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Gullah Fried Sweet serves up authentic Gullah cuisine at the 30th Annual Original Gullah Festival 01:16

Gullah Fried Sweet serves up authentic Gullah cuisine at the 30th Annual Original Gullah Festival

Beaufort National Cemetery finds temporary fix for rust stains on headstones 00:59

Beaufort National Cemetery finds temporary fix for rust stains on headstones

Riverview Charter School students on why Memorial Day is important 00:41

Riverview Charter School students on why Memorial Day is important

Did we spot you at Beaufort High's graduation? 02:25

Did we spot you at Beaufort High's graduation?

Video: On Hilton Head beaches, Alljoy Beach, extremely high tides 01:24

Video: On Hilton Head beaches, Alljoy Beach, extremely high tides

Alligator removed from YMCA of Beaufort pool 01:28

Alligator removed from YMCA of Beaufort pool

Video: Dolphin Head flooding damage 00:27

Video: Dolphin Head flooding damage

How does CJ do it? 9-year-old shows off his hero's techniques 00:54

How does CJ do it? 9-year-old shows off his hero's techniques

Beaufort's CJ Cummings on CBS Evening News, Olympic Trials 01:10

Beaufort's CJ Cummings on CBS Evening News, Olympic Trials

Clementa Pinckney daughters unveil portrait at SC State House 00:48

Clementa Pinckney daughters unveil portrait at SC State House

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos