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But officials met in executive session earlier this year and reduced the amount to $45,000.
The City Council has scheduled an executive session Thursday night (Oct. 26) in hopes of getting answers from its attorneys.
After a two-hour meeting with Ackman last week, ADP said its board held an executive session and concluded the company is on the right path.
The school board met in executive session for five hours on Saturday but did not take action, a district spokeswoman said.
The announcement comes after the board held a streak of executive session meetings, which are closed to the public and are often used to discuss topics including personnel issues.
He, an Englishman, a freeman, a subject (albeit unwillingly) of Her Majesty the Queen, was told by a subpoena to get on down to Washington and appear before an executive session of the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee.
After Monday's meeting, council met in closed-door executive session to discuss collective bargaining agreements as each of the city's union contracts, including those with police, fire and service workers, expires at the end of 2017.
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