Calendar of Events

Delaware Coalition for Open Government Events

  • Always open to the public
  • Free unless otherwise noted



Wednesday, September 15

DelCOG Meeting 

Please note different day and time

6:30 – 8:30 p.m. – Zoom Board Meeting

Link, meeting ID, and password always will be posted here prior to the meeting.

To enter the September 15, 2021, Zoom meeting:  

Click the “Join” link below, then give it a few seconds to make the connection. 

To invite someone, please have them register here via DelCOG’s website to ensure we know who is signed up and that whoever is trying to enter the meeting is legitimate. 

 If you have any issues, please CALL Keith Steck at 302-893-1643.  

Join Zoom Meeting: Link to be provided

Meeting ID:  TBA 
Passcode:  TBA 

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Call to Order  6:30 p.m.
1) Introductions and Order of Agenda
2) Approval of July 15, 2021 Minutes – Diswood
3) Treasurer’s Report – Rush

Committee Reports
1) Transparency and Accountability Subcommittee Update of the Delaware Law
    Enforcement Accountability Task Force – Steck
2) Inspector General Committee Update – Wasileski
3) Delaware LLC Act Update – Wasileski
4) Officer Selection Committee (2022 -2023) – Flaherty

Unfinished Business
1) Issues Up and Down Delaware – Steck
2) LWVDE People Powered Fair Maps Project Update – Wasileski and Steck
3) NFOIC News/Annual Summit (September 28-30, 2021) – Steck
4) 501(c)3 and 501(c)4 Organization Advantages/Disadvantages – Morgan

New Business
1) History of Delaware’s 573 FOIA Complaints – Flaherty
2) DelCOG Honor Roll Appointment – Flaherty
3) Delaware General Assembly Email Transparency – Flaherty and Steck
4) DelCOG Annual Meeting (November 2021)
5) Improving Agency Outreach to Underserved Communities – Steck

Open Forum

Adjournment   8:30 p.m.

September 17

U.S. Constitution Day

Commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, in order to ensure that all citizens should know about their rights as outlined in the Constitution. A clause in the 2004 bill that established a day to honor the Constitution mandates the teaching of the Constitution in schools that receive federal funds as well as in  federal agencies.

September 2

International Right to Know Day

Raises awareness of every individual’s right to government-held information and to know how elected officials are exercising power and how taxpayer’s money is being spent.


December 15

Bill of Rights Day

We celebrate the 230th Anniversary of The Bill of Rights.

Bill of Rights Anniversary




Sunshine Week

March 13 – March 19

Your Right to Know