Nevada Miscellaneous Matters Related to Government and Public Affairs

Sec. § 241.023
Requirements for holding meeting by teleconference or videoconference.


A public body may conduct a meeting by means of teleconference or videoconference if:


A quorum is actually or collectively present, whether in person or by means of electronic communication; and


There is a physical location designated for the meeting where members of the public are permitted to attend and participate.


If any member of a public body attends a meeting by means of teleconference or videoconference, the chair of the public body, or his or her designee, must make reasonable efforts to ensure that:


Members of the public body and members of the public present at the physical location of the meeting can hear or observe each member attending by teleconference or videoconference; and


Each member of the public body in attendance can participate in the meeting.

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