The Capital Program Review Board should meet and hold a vote on the $51 billion capital plan in public, the good-government organization Reinvent Albany said on Thursday.

The group is re-releasing a letter it and 16 other groups sent in August to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the top leaders in the Assembly and Senate asking them to ensure the meeting is held in public and complies with the state’s Open Meetings Law.

The push comes as Cuomo this week has called for the board, composed of representatives of the governor, mayor and top leaders in the Senate and Assembly, to be represented by the principle officials themselves.

Meanwhile, the review board’s website is no longer active. The letter urged the appointing authorities to create and update a new website with information about its activities.