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Category Archives: funny
Public-records adventures from afar: The Maine Public Utilities Commission said a reporter would have to pay $36,000 to look for and produce e-mails from the commission’s former chairman. When a TV station requested the same documents, the commission wrote back … Continue reading
Wyoming County’s recorder of deeds would not e-mail records to the Wilkes-Barre Citizens’ Voice, so the paper suggested they put the records on a flash drive. “My office staff, including myself, are not trained or familiar with loading information on … Continue reading
Sometimes these things are unintentionally funny.* As in this one, faxed early this morning from state police in Harrisburg. A trooper went to an address in West Hanover Township, Dauphin County, and wrote the following on a news release: “This … Continue reading
When Daily Record/Sunday News correspondent Teresa McMinn asked various townships and boroughs about how they kept meeting minutes for a story that appeared in last Sunday’s paper, probably the most, shall we say, creative response came from Hanover borough manager … Continue reading
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