Under the Open Meetings Act a Special Meeting, unless called on an emergency basis, requires a 48-hour notice. Under normal circumstances I believe the notice would be sent to those with a need or a desire to know, such as local newspapers. Thus, this Notice should have gone at least to the Northwest Herald and to The Woodstock Independent.
If it did, and if recipients had bothered to read it, wouldn't their ears have perked up? Wouldn't they have been curious why a Special Meeting was being called? Wouldn't they have read the Agenda for the Special Meeting? They could have read it online, without putting down their coffee cups.