Furthermore, despite the Town respondents’ insistence that
the Town was not obliged or that it was not feasible to make
available to petitioners the proposed 2013 agreement before it
was put to a vote, we affirm that part of Supreme Court’s
judgment as found that the Town’s conduct in that regard denied
petitioners “any meaningful participation” in the process leading
to the final adoption of the controversial 2013 agreement, in
clear contravention of Public Officers Law § 103 (e).