Prior to the adoption of Manual on 09/08/1998, Section 2-25.2 read as follows.


    (a) Except as set forth in subsection (b) of this section, no meeting or vote may be closed without an affirmative public vote of the majority of a quorum of the public governmental body. The vote of each member of the public governmental body on the question of closing a public meeting or vote and the specific reason for closing that public meeting or vote by reference to a specific section of this act shall be announced publicly at an open meeting of the governmental body and entered into the minutes.

    (b) A public governmental body proposing to hold a closed meeting or vote shall give notice of the time, date and place of such closed meeting or vote and the reason for holding it by reference to the specific exception allowed under the provisions of section 2.25.1. Such notice shall comply with the procedures set forth in section 2-25 for notice of a public meeting.

    (c) Any meeting or vote closed pursuant, to section 2-25.1 shall be closed only to the extent necessary for the specific reason announced to justify the closed meeting or vote. Public governmental bodies shall not discuss any business in a closed meeting which does not directly relate to the specific reason announced to justify the closed meeting.

(Ord. No. 11642, § 1, 9-21-87)