Reese Dunklin, who knows a thing or two about public notices, writes:
I can do you one better. Brooks Egerton and I, as part of our investigative series on the taxing districts back in 2001, found one agenda stapled to a tree covered with poison ivy, behind a rusty barbwire fence in Parker County. It was akin to a game of hide-and-seek to find the official agendas, but the poison ivy case was by far the best.
If that’s not government openness, I’m not sure what is.
The series can be found here.