The following is part of an article from the Casper Star Tribune:
Wyoming’s five statewide elected officials are expected to announced today that they declined to authorize the Office of State Lands and Investments to proceed with the proposed purchase of the Davis-Boston Ranch in Natrona County.
The elected officials, who sit on the State Lands and Investments Board, discussed the purchase in an executive session Wednesday afternoon.
The members are Gov. Matt Mead, Secretary of State Max Maxfield, Treasurer Joe Meyer, Auditor Cynthia Cloud and Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.
The state open meetings law allows closed, or executive, sessions for land acquisition discussions.
The outgoing director of the state land office, Ed Grant, said later Wednesday that the board will make the announcement of its decision not to proceed at today’s regular board meeting.
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Source: Casper Star Tribune
Posted by Haylie Shipp