After meeting for 2 1/2 hours in closed session Wednesday, Aug. 14, the Nisswa City Council took no action but continued the meeting to next week.
The council will meet in closed session again at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the Ahlquist Law Office in Pequot Lakes.
The Aug. 14 special meeting notice reads, in part: “This meeting will be closed ... for preliminary consideration of allegations or charges against an individual or individuals subject to the public body’s authority and/or for preliminary consideration of whether to terminate a city employee or employees.”
City attorney Clyde Ahlquist said Tuesday that nothing was decided and there was no action taken on the discussion or possible termination.
He declined to identify the subject of the discussions, saying talks are preliminary.
Ahlquist said the meetings are being held at his office in Pequot Lakes for convenience.