From The Journal Times.com:
5 hours ago •
"MADISON — A state open government watchdog group has filed a
complaint alleging an obscure board made changes to the state's records
retention policies in August in violation of the state open meetings
"Bill Lueders, president of the Wisconsin Freedom of
Information Council, wrote Monday in a verified complaint to Dane County
District Attorney Ismael Ozanne that the Public Records Board made
changes to the state's records retention policy without proper notice or
record in its minutes of motions and votes.
"Cullen Werwie, a
spokesman for Gov. Scott Walker's Department of Administration said last
week 'while we do not agree that there was any violation, to the extent
the Department of Administration provides administrative support to the
Public Records Board, we plan on working with (the Department of
Justice's) Office of Open Government to implement best practices for
both the agenda and meeting minutes moving forward.'"
Read more: http://journaltimes.com/news/local/state-and-regional/open-government-group-files-complaint-against-public-records-board/article_bce0ec4e-6e57-5a87-b19d-ede317b01b52.html
Racine and Wisconsin used to be good places to live, but now the corruption by our "leaders" have ruined both.
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