First appeals settled

The state’s new Office of Open Records issued its first rulings on Right-to-Know appeals, and posted them online this week.

There are six rulings — they’re here, under “Reading Room” — along with all but one of the original requests (we’re working on getting Green-Quakertown School District). The closest one to York is an appeal of a Lancaster School District records request. 

Barry Fox, the deputy director of the office of open records, told me
that most of the rulings will be posted online. He said as they issue
more rulings they might not post each one, as they could get repetitive.

Locally, Linda and Kurt Kurzmiller were the first in York County to
file an appeal with the office. They are seeking information from their
township regarding a permit officer’s compensation.

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One Response to First appeals settled

  1. Note that the Kurzmillers’ original request is also at the YDR/SN’s Full Disclosure page — — and a story about it is here:

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