NOTE: Greg Overstreet of Allied Law Group is quoted in the article:
Since the city owns the Y and the bids have been made public, using real
estate to justify closure of the meeting may be questionable, said Greg
Overstreet, the former open government ombudsman for the state attorney
“You can’t close a meeting just because real estate is involved,”
Overstreet said. “There are several important requirements other than just the
topic being real estate.”
Here are the requirements in addition to the topic being real estate (see items (b) and (c)).