(a) Means the gathering, in person or through technological devices, of a quorum of the members of a public body at which they discuss, propose or take legal action, including any deliberations by a quorum with respect to that action.
(i) A one-way electronic communication by one member of a public body that is sent to a quorum of the members of a public body and that proposes legal action.
(ii) An exchange of electronic communications among a quorum of the members of a public body that involves a discussion, deliberation or the taking of legal action by the public body concerning a matter likely to come before the public body for action.
While this definition is in the Public body statute, it is the only definition of “Meeting” in Arizona Statute. Attorney General Opinion I97-012 cites case law Larson v. Farley 106 Ariz 119, 122, 471 (1970) to apply this language as applicable for the definition of “meeting” for Title 33 chapters 9 and 16.