The Freedom of Access Act (FOAA) or the "Right to Know Law" ensures transparency in governement. One major component of the law establishes how public procedings and meetings should be held. Although public gatherings have been curtailed during the COVID-19 crisis, meetings must continue. This course provides an overview of the law and emergency changes to accomodate the COVID-19 crisis.
The video portion of this course was recorded on April 10, 2020, and was led by Bradley Sawyer.
There are no TCHs associated with this course.
Funding for this course was provided by the Maine Drinking Water Program and the US Environmetnal Protection Program.
What to expect:
This course is provided in an "on-demand" format. Once your registration is accepted, we will send an email link to the address you provided so that you may log in and access the course. You will have 3 days to log in to the course and 2 weeks to complete the course.