This is about the Open Meetings Act in the state of Illinois. I notice that my town always has something in the minutes about what board members entered closed session and then it gets weird because it says the attendance again when they return but what I don't understand is why are the minutes different for different meetings because like for the minutes of one meeting they named all people, including non-board members, who went into "closed session" but in the minutes for other meetings, they only write the name of board members and not the names of other non-board members, who went into the "closed session." Does the "Open Meetings Act" for the state of Illinois explicitly state whether or not the names of non-board members who go into the closed session are to be mentioned in the minutes?
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