(A) As provided for in division (F) of section 121.22 of the Revised Code, the council shall give notice of all public meetings that it calls, whether special or regularly scheduled.
(B) Such notice shall be filed with the director of job and family services (ODJFS), stating the meeting time, place, and purpose. Any person may obtain that information by writing to the OSAC administrator.
(C) Any person may obtain advance notice of all public council meetings, or of council meetings where a specific type of public business is to be discussed, in return for paying a three-dollar annual fee and providing the OSAC administrator with a sufficient quantity of self-addressed stamped envelopes for the mailing of notices. Notice shall be mailed no later than seven calendar days before the pertinent meeting.
(D) At its request, a news organization shall receive notice of every public council meeting, with the following lead intervals: seven days for a meeting that is regularly scheduled, twenty-four hours for one that is specially called, and immediately upon arrangement of an emergency meeting.