Sioux Falls School Board members will hear a report today on how they might be able to conduct a meeting by Internet in some cases instead of face to face in one location, the Argus Leader reports. "We’re just looking at some technology," board president Darin Daby said. "The technology is available. We’d like to see where it fits with the open-meetings law." The discussion will be part of the board’s monthly work session at 3 p.m. in the Instructional Planning Center, 201 E. 38th St. Meeting by Internet could help when a session would last only minutes, or if members otherwise would be absent, Daby said. "There was one meeting where possibly I was going to be in Rapid City. There have been situations where it’s come up," he said.
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