Mr. Berger does not get to hid behind his Commissioner's status when violating a court order. The public part of the meeting was over so he can't say he was just a concerned citizen either. He was not there to represent the County on official business. Mr. Berger goes rogue and makes his own rules when they serve him not the public. He can't even represent the committees he was assigned to and was removed from them. Now you are saying he had a right to be at this meeting that he wasn't even assigned to in any official capacity. That doesn't pass the smell test. The judge got the ruling right.
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