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Delaware Department of Justice
Attorney General
Kathy Jennings




 Archived Posts From:  June 1995

95-IB20: Re: Freedom of Information Act Complaint 29 Del. C. § 10005(e)

The Complainant alleged that administrative-staff meetings held by the school district should be considered public meetings because school board members were present. The district argued that only two board members were now present at the meetings, not a quorum, and that those members were not appointed to a subcommittee or special ad hoc committee. Held: if the board members make any formal or informal, express or implied recommendations to the full Board based upon any action proposed at the administrative-staff meetings, they would be considered a subcommittee and subject to open meetings requirements. However, based upon current facts, there is no violation of the Freedom of Information Act.

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95-IB24 Louis A. Irion, Jr. – June 7, 1995 Freedom of Information Act Complaint

The Complainant alleged that the City of New Castle failed to respond to his request for documents. Complainant requested information on the status of public walkways taken for private use. Held: the description of the documents sought was not sufficient to allow the City to locate such records, the request lacked specificity and was not a permissible request and there was no violation of the Freedom of Information Act.

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