2) *Round-robin...

Round-robin or Serial “Meetings”

Unless two members constitutes a majority, isolated one-on-one conversations between individual members of a public body regarding its business, either in person or by telephone, do not violate the Ohio Open Meetings Act.825 

However, a public body may not “circumvent the requirements of the Act by setting up back-to-back meetings of less than a majority of its members, with the same topics of public business discussed at each.” 

Such conversations may be considered multiple parts of the same, improperly private, “meeting.”826