SRP security guard fired for removing customer from meeting

SRPBy Ryan Randazzo | The Republic |

Salt River Project apparently violated the state open meeting law when a security guard asked a customer to leave a meeting of the public utility’s board of directors Tuesday.

Arizona law states that “All meetings of any public body shall be public meetings and all persons so desiring shall be permitted to attend and listen to the deliberations and proceedings.”

Customer Steve Neil, who has been pushing the utility to refund about $2.6 million charged to customers on their April bills, was attending a series of board committee meetings at SRP’s Tempe headquarters Tuesday when a security guard, apparently eager to take a lunch break, told him to leave.


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