The Wisconsin Open Meetings Law requires all governmental bodies to provide public notice of their meetings. “Every public notice of a meeting of such a governmental body must set forth the time, date, place and subject matter of the meeting in a form that is reasonably likely to inform members of the public and news media. Any such public notice must also set forth the subject matter of any contemplated closed session.” To determine if your meeting is subject to the Open Meetings Law and for other information, see legal.wisc.edu/open-meetings.
COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are holding an Open Meeting via teleconference/videoconference, and there will be no physical location for the public to attend, please include the call in information or log in information in the agenda. If you need more information, please contact email@example.com.