The trial court correctly denied defendant’s Anti-SLAPP motion.  This Brown Act suit targeted the City Council’s taking action on an item that was not posted in an agenda at least 72 hours before the City Council meeting in violation of Gov. Code, § 54954.2(a)(1).  While what was said at the City Council meeting may have been protected speech, the Council’s action at the meeting–here, approving the city manager’s termination of plaintiff’s City license was not speech or protected.  The City Attorney claimed that Council had, in fact, done nothing at the meeting, ratifying the manager’s action by its silence.  But the minutes contradicted that, and in any event silent approval was still action, not protected speech.