Wherever two or more are gathered . . .

. . . it’s a public meeting, under Colorado law. So when the Colorado Springs and Pueblo city councils agreed to share a meal at Walter’s Bistro in the Springs, it was required to be an on-the-record affair. Never one to miss a free meal council meeting, Gazette city hall reporter Daniel Chacon requested — and got — a seat. Not quite a seat at the table. A seat in the room:

 

Taxpayers can relax: The Gazette’s ethics policy requires reporters to pay for their own meals.

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