9 thoughts on “Open Meeting Act — Application to Nonprofits

  1. does this mean if an non profit 501 (c)3 arts organization receives funding from a state agency, that the board meetings need to be open to the public?

    • Yes. If the funding is in the form of a grant. If the government agency is purchasing services from the nonprofit, then the statute doesn’t apply.

  2. Our nonprofit neighborhood association receives a grant from the City of Oklahoma City specifically to pay the water bill for the landscaped medians in our neighborhood. Since the funds come from the city and returned to the city in payment for water supplied by the city, is our association subject to the Open Meeting Act?

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