Steve-Jobs-Holds-Internal-Meeting-Over-iPad-Unconfirmed-2The Los Angeles Times uses an editorial to show why the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is seeking to make an honest body of itself,  so to speak, by a belated legalization of one aspect—but only one—of its double-barreled breach of the Brown Act in secretly meeting with Governor Brown in 2011.  The legislation to allow Brown (or any governor) to huddle with the Board (or any other local body) on threats to local facilities is now on Brown's desk. CalAware's opposition to the bill is stated here.  Meanwhile, why the Board apparently is poised to repeat the other aspect of the violation—discussing whatever it wants in a closed session supposedly addressing such threats —is explained in a recent blog item.