Thanks to the City of Bell kleptocracy scandal, local government bodies subject to the Brown Act must now post their agendas on the agency’s website, if there is one, unless they are advisory committees with no members who also sit on the governing body of the agency, and none of their members are compensated for attendance. The posting has the same advance timing as in the non-digital world: 72 hours out for regular meetings and 24 for special meetings. Also under AB 1344, effective January 1, special meetings may no longer be used for discussion or action on the compensation, including benefits, of the agency’s unrepresented (non-union) managerial talent, including both the chief executive and department heads.