§ 101.7Number and Location of Board Meetings; Exemption; Special Meeting
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, boards shall meet at least three times each calendar year. Boards shall meet at least once each calendar year in northern
California and once each calendar year in southern California in order to facilitate participation by the public and its licensees.
The director at his or her discretion may exempt any board from the requirement in subdivision (a) upon a showing of good cause that the board is not able to meet at
least three times in a calendar year.
The director may call for a special meeting of the board when a board is not fulfilling its duties.
An agency within the department that is required to provide a written notice pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 11125 of the Government Code, may provide that
notice by regular mail, email, or by both regular mail and email. An agency shall give a person who requests a notice the option of receiving the notice by regular
mail, email, or by both regular mail and email. The agency shall comply with the requester’s chosen form or forms of notice.
An agency that plans to Web cast a meeting shall include in the meeting notice required pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 11125 of the Government Code a
statement of the board’s intent to Web cast the meeting. An agency may Web cast a meeting even if the agency fails to include that statement of intent in the