Ferguson City Council, officials hold special closed door meeting - KMOV.com

Ferguson City Council, officials hold special closed door meeting

(KMOV.com) – Ferguson’s mayor, police chief, and city council met behind closed doors Wednesday night.

The notice that was sent out for the meeting cites a Missouri law that allows government meetings to be behind closed doors if police and first responder plans are being discussed. St. Louis County Police told News 4 they did not know about the meeting ahead of time, but do have plans to coordinate security with the Missouri Highway Patrol.

News 4 attempted to speak with Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson about what was being discussed at the meeting, but he would not divulge any specific details.

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