WHY THE TOWN IS IN SUCH BAD SHAPE LEGALLY.

119 Request for 17 April and 4 May Citizen Complaints research
ASK
Joe Griffin

Tue, May 19, 12:49 AM (3 days ago)
I want the research and the case law you have examined in relationship to my two citizen complaints I have submitted against the Interim Town Manager for allege
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DENIAL
Meagan Logan

Thu, May 21, 5:39 PM (1 day ago)
Mr. Griffin: I conduct all research including research of case law electronically, with nothing printed out, so there are no records responsive to your request.

REASK
Joe Griffin <godforjoe@gmail.com>

Thu, May 21, 8:01 PM (23 hours ago)

to Meagan, Town
Thank you. Then let me have you non-final copy or the final copy of  your response to the two Citizen Complaints. There is no such thing as unfinished business. I want what you got now. Will be asking for your non-final or final copy of this document NOW.

Need a statutory exemption, and you don’t have one.

FROM THE GOVT IN SUNSHINE MANUAL

12:23 PM (7 hours ago)

to Meagan
FROM THE GOVERNMENT IN THE SUNSHINE MANUAL

Information stored in a public agency’s computer “is as much a public record as a written page in a book or a tabulation in a file stored in a filing cabinet . . . .” Seigle v. Barry, 422 So. 2d 63, 65 (Fla. 4th DCA 1982), review denied, 431 So. 2d 988 (Fla. 1983).  And see National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Associated Press, 18 So. 3d 1201 (Fla. 1st DCA 2009), review denied, 37 So. 3d 848 (Fla. 2010) (public records law is not limited to paper documents but applies to documents that exist only in digital form);

I HAVE ASKED FOR THESE DOCUMENTS 6 TIMES INCLUDING THE ORIGNAL REQUEST,

II SUSPECT THAT MAEGAN IS A   LIAR AND A FRAUD WHO DOESN’T KNOW OR WORSE DOESN’T CARE ABOUT THE SUNSHINE LAW OR THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW.

 

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